German prosecutors have discovered illegal content, including Nazi Symbols and child pornography, in chat messages involving five police officers from three different districts. The officers, aged 22 and 25, are suspected of exchanging Nazi symbols and possessing child pornography during their training. The discovery was made during searches in the North Rhine-Westphalian region. The officers have been charged, and three have been banned from conducting official business. This incident follows a series of right-wing extremist behavior cases within the German police force, with 105 incidents reported in the past six years. German law strictly prohibits disseminating Nazi propaganda and denying the Holocaust.
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