The Attorney General has made three Turkish men arrested who allegedly spying for an intelligence service of their country. The alleged agents were caught in Hesse and North Rhine-Westphalia.
On Wednesday were accessed: The Attorney General has indicated that let three men arrested with Turkish citizenship. According to the arrest warrant investigating judge of the Federal Court of 11 November is compelling evidence of the intelligence activities of agents.
Officials from the Office of Criminal Investigation Rhineland-Palatinate led by the action. Turkish men, two of them are 58, a 33 years old, are accused of having worked for a Turkish intelligence service.
Two of the men were arrested at Frankfurt Airport, the third accused at his home in North Rhine-Westphalia. One of the men said to have the other two guided in their intelligence operations. They should have collected on his behalf information about living in the Federal Republic of Germany compatriots and local organizational structures and passed on to them.
This Thursday the alleged spies were brought before the investigating judge of the Federal Court in Karlsruhe, which opened to them the arrest warrants and ordered the remand.