The German government ordered a raid of homes occupied by members of a far-Right group, where it seized materials that could expand the influence of neo-Nazism.
More than 180 police officers in three German states raided the homes of 11 members of the group, dubbed Wolfsbrigade 44, according to the Associated Press, which cites the Interior Ministry. The raids were aimed at confiscating the group’s funds and propaganda material.
“Whoever fights against the basic values of our free society will get to feel the resolute reaction of our government,” said Interior Minister Horst Seehofer. “There’s no place in this country for an association that sows hatred and works