Broadcasters NDR and WDR reported that the state prosecutor’s office in Bremen had initiated an investigation, which a witness said had to do with a Turkish agent conspiring to kill two people active in the Kurdish community outside Turkey.
Schmidt-Eenboom also said that Germany must reevaluate its relationship with Turkey’s intelligence agency, MIT.
When three PKK activists were murdered in Paris in 2013, suspicions were raised about the involvement of the MIT. The Times reported in September that MIT had a dissident murdered in London in 1994.
Article source: http://www.thelocal.de/20161125/report-turkish-spy-in-germany-plotted-murder-of-2-kurds