The trial begins tomorrow of Beate Zschaspe, a German Neo-Nazi who turned herself in last year in connection with 10 racially motivated murders over a seven year period.
The killings, mostly of ethnic Turks, were distastefully dubbed the "kebab murders" by the German press.
German authorities believed these murders were the result of internal Mafia feuds and seemed to discount any possibility that their own far-Right were involved.
Investigations since Zscheape's arrest have revealed serious shortcomings and failings in German intelligence.
Is Germany still in denial about its Far-Right "problem"?
Neo-Nazi trial raises awkward questions for Germany · TheJournal.ie