Germany urged to take 'strongest legal action against neo-Nazis'

The Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center on Monday urged the German police and judicial authorities to take "the strongest possible measures" against the neo-Nazis who attempted to murder a German police chief over the weekend.

The organization's chief Nazi-hunter noted that Alois Mannichi, police chief of the Bavarian city of Passau, was attacked for his refusal to tolerate neo-Nazi activity and stressed the importance of an unequivocally strong response by the authorities in this case.

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