Dozens of demonstrators took to the streets of Berlin's Rudow borough on Sunday, to demand investigation of what they considered to be far-right attacks in the area.
Protesters were seen holding up banners reading slogans such as «we demand the explanation of the right-wing crimes» and «the German police has/is a Nazi problem.»
Protester Karin Wust called on the Berlin Senate to address what she considers a «far-right structure» inside the Berlin investigative authorities. «We had assassinations, arson attacks, people who have been beaten up,» stressed the protester.
The rally was reportedly moved from Simsonweg to Bebelplatz for security reasons, after receiving threats from the far-right groups.