Destroying evidence was yesterday – magical multiplication of the Thuringia secret service case files
The only witness today was Jürgen Zweigert, a former domestic secret service officer from Brandenburg, who was contact officer of informer Marcel Degner a.k.a. “Hail” from 1997 to 2000. Degner, who, until being uncovered in 2000, had been been head of “Blood and Honour” Thuringia and responsible for the finances of B&H Germany, had vehemently denied having worked for the secret service or having received money from them (see the reports of 11 March 2015 and 20 May 2015).
Zweigert today not only confirmed the identity of Marcel Degner as “Hail”, but also stated that Degner had generally provided worthwhile and truthful information and had received several hundred Marks in payment at the weekly meetings. Degner thus should be considered as on the same level as informer Brandt, working at a high level in a Nazi organization (according to the witness today, Degner had done “good work in building up” the structure of B&H) and being paid quite a large amount of money. Continue reading