The German mirror Weekly reported that German security departments have identified dozens of public officials, including people serving in the police and military systems, which belong to a very right wing, 4 daily newspaper reported in May. The German security department report said a report by the German security department estimated that the 2 digit public officials came from the imperial citizens, a mystical nationalist group that insisted that the German Empire continued to exist after the defeat of Germany during World War II. Investigations into 11 police officers in Bavaria state police are still underway, of which 5 police officers have been suspended. The Spiegel magazine said 11 policemen in the German federal police were also investigating, of whom 4 had been confiscated. Nearly 5 German Federal defense forces have been confirmed to be related to the ultra right-wing group. German intelligence agencies declined to comment on the report of Der Spiegel. According to earlier estimates, the total number of empire citizen organizations is about 16 thousand and 500, of which 900 are considered extreme right-wing extremists. The German government has been highly sensitive to signs of radical rightist activism. Although the German government has issued a ban on the organization that threatens political violence, there are still some fish left behind. (compiling / Wu Mei) Data map: German police. This article source: Reference News Network Editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 Data map: German police.