In court, Susanne G. doesn’t say much, she doesn’t have to: she has her right-wing extremist sentiments tattooed on her body. About a woman who is said to have planned terrorist attacks.
Annette Ramelsberger, Munich
Armin Kroder’s family lives on a detached farm, old Franconian masonry, built in 1860, listed as a historical monument. The yard has a terrace. Armin Kroder liked to sit on this terrace with his wife in the evenings when he came home from work as the district administrator of the Nuremberg region. He doesn’t do that anymore today, not at ease. Because one and a half years ago the family received mail. A sympathy card, a weeping willow in the sunset. “Armin Kroder”, it read, “born on March 6, 1973”. And where the date of death is on the memorial cards, there was a question mark. The cause of death, however, was already on the card: “Shot on the terrace of the Kroder-Hof.”