Defendant Beate Zschaepe, a member of the neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU) stands next to her lawyers Anja Sturm (L) and Wolfgang Heer (behind) before the continuation of her ... more 
Defendant Beate Zschaepe, a member of the neo-Nazi cell, the National Socialist Underground (NSU) stands next to her lawyers Anja Sturm (L) and Wolfgang Heer (behind) before the continuation of her trial in a courtroom in Munich September 5, 2013. Zschaepe, 38, is accused of being an NSU founder member and faces charges of complicity in the murder of nine Turkish and Greek immigrants and a policewoman between 2000-2007, as well as two bombings in immigrant areas of Cologne, and 15 bank robberies. Four suspected male accomplices are also on trial. The existence of the NSU emerged in November 2011 after Uwe Boehnhardt and Uwe Mundlos of the NSU were found dead in a burnt-out mobile home and the third Zschaepe, gave herself in to police. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) less 
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