Lower Saxony fires policewoman for her close relationship with the citizens of the Reich | Free press

The woman drew attention because she had applied for an identity card for the “Kingdom of Prussia”. For the first time, Lower Saxony uses the most difficult means: the termination of the civil servant relationship.

Braunschweig / Lüneburg (dpa) – For the first time in Lower Saxony, a policewoman loses her job because she shares statements of so-called Reichsburgers.

The Senate for Disciplinary Law first ruled in April that dismissal from civil servant status was warranted as the most difficult remedy, a spokesman for the Lüneburg Higher Administrative Court said (Az.:3 LD 1/20).

Braunschweig police have confirmed that the woman will be fired from the police force once the OVG ruling has become final. First of all, the NDR reported on the consequences of the serious dereliction of duty.

Accordingly, the woman drew attention for applying for a citizenship card as a citizen of the “Kingdom of Prussia”. In addition, she questioned the legitimacy of the judiciary in a civil lawsuit and did not recognize the identity of a judge – at least a behavior that fits the claims of Reichsburgers, as the court spokesman said.

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