German BfV employee exposed as Islamist

 
German BfV employee exposed as Islamist
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A 51-year-old Muslim employee of the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), the domestic intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany, has partly confessed to plans of terrorism against his own employer, said German prosecutors.

Attacks were planned to target the headquarters of the BfV in Cologne.

In addition, the man is accused of having leaked secret information. The arrested, who is a German citizen had not begun concrete preparations for an attack.

The man apparently has described his desire to attack his "infidel" colleagues while he chatted on the Internet with a person who he thought was a like-minded, but who in reality chatted with the Muslim BfV employee to reveal him.

A spokesman for BfV informs that the employees of the German domestic intelligence agency is no longer in danger, writes the German newspaper Die Welt.

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