Cell Block

Miniter, Richard
December 2001
New Republic;12/24/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 26, p12
Focuses on the election of Ronald Schill in Hamburg, Germany. Schill's reputation concerning crime; Opinion of Schill on foreigners; Views that Hamburg is a home for terrorists; Plans of Schill to expand his party into the states of Eastern Germany; Report on unwillingness of German government to take a tough stand against terrorism within its own, borders; Reports by German newspapers that much of the terrorist plot was hatched on German soil, and police throughout the Federal Republic; Comments on personality of Schill.


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