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Infidelity suspected: investigation against Bremer AFD boss Magnitz

  • Trigger for the trial of Magnitz was a criminal complaint in December last year, said a spokesman for the prosecutor.
  • In terms of content, it is about party reports, he said, without giving any further details.

The prosecutor Bremen determined on suspicion of infidelity against the Bremen AfD chief Frank Magnitz. Trigger for the proceedings against the member of parliament was a criminal complaint from December last year, said Frank Passade, the spokesman for the prosecutor. In terms of content, it is about party reports, he said, without giving any further details.

The prosecution informed the Bundestag about the investigation of Magnitz. Within 48 hours, Parliament had not restored the immunity of the MP, explained Passade. "This makes a proper procedure possible." Compared to the regional magazine "buten un binnen" rejected the allegations Magnitz and suspected party internal opponents behind the ad.

Accordingly, it should go to two referrals of a private nature, which is said to have made Magnitz in his function as AfD state chairman with party money. Magnitz explained that it was two of the party's bills, which were made in the course of recounting the votes on the past election.

Magnitz is currently in the news because of an attack against him. On Monday night, he was badly injured when a stranger brought him down with a slap in the back. The perpetrator belonged to a group of three men who fled right after Magnitz 'fall.

"The video speaks for itself"

After the attack on the AfD politician, the police are no longer investigating for attempted killing – but for assault. Video recordings refute some information from the party.By Peter Burghardt


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