The dangerous blindspot in counter terrorism

The Ceska Murders between 2000 and 2007 involved the murders of eight ethnic Turks, an ethnic Greek and a German policewoman.
The case ran for 18 years and the 5 year long trial ended only in 2018 with Beate Zschape of the National Socialist Underground found guilty of 10 counts of racially motivated murder and given a life sentence.
The German police had a blindspot.
As it dealt with Turks, they focused on mafia and drug related crimes. “…the media stereotyped the serial killings as the “Kebab” or “Doner Murders”, even though only one of the victims worked in a food outlet.”

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