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  • The Saxon LKA employee Maik G., who has harassed a camera crew of ZDF with a Pegida demo, is access sensitive research data to have. This is reported by the MDR.

    The man is reviewer in studies of complex and serious Offenses. In this capacity he could access to the police registration system IVO, in which all crimes and investigations are registered, reports the MDR.

    The Saxon Ministry of the Interior could not confirm or deny the information with reference to the current investigation, they say. The LKA also investigated possible connections of the man with right scene in Freital,

    Last Thursday Maik G. participated in a visit by Chancellor Angela Merkel in Dresden during an AfD and Pegida demonstration and spotting filming for the Political magazine ZDF "Frontale 21" to resist.

  • What is waiting for us today? The new world deals with these topics:

    * After the controversial action of the police against one ZDF team in Dresden wants to put employees of the show "Frontal 21" on one Conversation with the police leadership to come together in Dresden.

    * FC Bayern München opened in the evening with a home game against 1899 Hoffenheim de 56th season of the Bundesliga,

    * The German economy Remains even in turbulent times growth, The size of the surplus generated by the federal government, Länder, municipalities and social funds is announced by the Federal Bureau of Statistics.

    * Chancellor Angela Merkel ends her visit to Georgia and then travels to Armenia on.

  • The co-composer of World hit "Sweet Home Alabama" and former guitarist of Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. Ed King. is dead, He died Wednesday in his home in Nashville, Tennessee, according to his Facebook page.

    The band celebrated their debut in the early seventies inspired by blues rock music Successes. In 1977 she collapsed on a chartered plane. Six people, including singer and songwriter Ronnie Van Zant, died.

    King was not on board in the accident – he had left the band two years earlier.

  • In Saxony-Analt is one last night IC bumped into a truck, The driver of the truck was killed. The train collided with the truck from a rather inexplicable cause on a railway crossing between Maxdorf and Wulfen. The driver and his companion were slightly injured.

  • Why it United Kingdom and Gibraltar European Union membership referendum peace on the Border between Northern Ireland and Ireland Endangered: good video from colleagues from vox.com.

  • The former president of South Korea, Park Geun Hye also comes from a court of appeal 25 years of cell convicted. The former head of state should have accepted more bribes than previously known.

  • it looks like this again,

  • The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs has one Handbook for feminist foreign policy published. Gender equality is essential for achieving all governmental objectives, such as peace and security & # 39 ;, states the guideline.

    It is also available in English. If you read so quickly that it is in the morning next to SPIEGEL ONLINE even after one read further necessary.

  • Southwest of Berlin still a big one forest fires: This meant that more than 500 people had to leave their home. The fire brigade in Brandenburg now tries with Helicopters, wheel loaders and bulldozer to prevent the flames from spreading to villages. And in Berlin, whole districts are smoky.

  • This message brings me three insights: Tom Kaulitz is now separated, And: he was married. With Ria Sommerfeld. And now he has a relationship with Heidi Klum. You never learn. (If you feel like it, that was the guitarist at Tokio Hotel.)

  • What are journalists allowed to do on demo & # 39; s? SPIEGEL-Justiziar Sascha Sajuntz declares that they do not commit crime when recording scenes. It only becomes interesting when it comes to publication.

  • The internal politician of Saxony deal with that Police operation against a ZDF team in Dresden. Some say: the officials were acting strangely. The CDU defended the actions of the police.

  • Good morning, dear readers! I look forward to starting your day with you. On a cool day. Today there are nowhere more than 23 degrees. That's a bit after the last few weeks Temperaturmurz, Let's start with the daily routine in this sense.

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As a barker only the stand is missing !!

As a barker only the stand is missing !!

Can the hatman access sensitive data? Which journalistic intent now strives for this information?

Can the hatman access sensitive data? Which journalistic intent now strives for this information?

It is always nice when politicians are behind the police and think they are right.
Then there must be alarm bells between journalists and opponents.
It is the same with the Prime Minister of Sachsen […]

It is always nice when politicians are behind the police and think they are right.
Then there must be alarm bells between journalists and opponents.
So it is also the case of the Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer who he was behind the police the next day and praised their sensible use.
Now I am curious how he comes from this number. !
An employee of LKA (no official) impedes free reporting and still has access to sensitive data.
Well who knows if he had such insights that he had passed on everywhere?
Nightingale I hear you false!

… that one or the other is worried that the LKA employee, who clearly does not share all the functions of Mrs. Merkel, can see "sensitive data" in the service. But I am just as concerned […]

… that one or the other is worried that the LKA employee, who clearly does not share all the functions of Mrs. Merkel, can see "sensitive data" in the service. But I am just as concerned that glowing Merkelists, Greens or Leftes, who work at the LKA or other authorities, can see sensitive data (especially those of dissenters). Research this time and these people & # 39; outen & # 39 ;, as with a picture. And please also make sure that the authorities test the connections of these people to the left outside of the country.

What has made a rebellion here because someone has SPORED something to a camera crew and that is not even in insulting form, is ridiculous. But usually, when journalistic customers feel attacked, then […]

What has made a rebellion here because someone has SPORED something to a camera crew and that is not even in insulting form, is ridiculous. But usually when the journalistic clientele feels attacked, a subject is blown up until it is no longer possible. Even Syria and the victims must give way.
Nice to see with which careful diligence this man is vilified (he should have had access to sensitive data): what is that, is this a crime? Is this possible even a part of his job?
This is a real witch hunt, there is really nothing in this so-called free country, where everyone can freely express their opinion and even perform a demo is enough to merciless people … fie

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