German prosecutors are investigating an elite military unit over allegations that it held a party where far-right activities took place, including Nazi salutes, the tossing of a pig’s head and listening to far-right rock music.
They are probing the country’s Special Force Commando, or KSK, its elite unit of military personnel, a spokesperson for prosecutors in the German city of Tübingen told German news site Deutsche-Welle. “We are examining the incident,” Nicolaus Wegele said.
The claims stem from investigations by several German radio stations, including NDR, ZDF and ARD.
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