Commie Terrorist Arrested

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(TheProudRepublic.com) – In stunning new evidence of the resilience of communist terrorism, a former member of the Red Army Faction, an allegedly defunct communist insurgent group in Germany, has now been busted after being on the run for several decades.

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The wanted terrorist, Daniela Klette, 65, was detained in a Berlin apartment following a tip received in November that guided the authorities to her location, according to Euronews, cited by The Daily Caller.

Klette surrendered without resistance, Friedo de Vries, the director of the criminal police department in Lower Saxony, told the press.

An examination of her residence yielded two magazines and ammunition suitable for a handgun, albeit the handgun itself was not uncovered, the report added. The police also came across a foreign passport assigning Klette an alias.

Klette was a part of what is referred to as the third generation of the Red Army Faction. The communist terror group was also known by the moniker Baader–Meinhof Gang,

The terrorist organization ceased operations in 1998, according to Reuters.

This militant group was implicated in no fewer than 33 homicides, in addition to various abductions and bank heists.

Klette faces accusations from the authorities of attempted murder and a series of armed thefts spanning from 1999 to 2016.

During this period, she participated in the theft of millions of euros, for which law enforcement is also pursuing former Red Army Faction members Burkhard Garweg and Ernst-Volker Staub.

Klette had been previously sought for her involvement in the 1993 explosive attack on a prison, which led to the seizure of guards and inflicted property damage exceeding $600,000, prosecutors announced in 2016, as reported by the Agence France-Presse (AFP).

Additionally, she is under suspicion for her role in two other operations by the Red Army Faction.

Europol, the European Union’s law enforcement agency, has placed Klette on their “Europe’s Most Wanted Fugitives” roster, identifying her as a significant threat.

The Red Army Faction was founded in the former West Germany in 1970 to engage in “anti-imperialist” guerrilla fighting. It considered the US-allied West Germany a “fascist” state.

The groups’ terrorist activities reached a high in 1977, a national crisis that became known as “the German Autumn.”