Assassination of Siegfried Buback
|Assassination of Siegfried Buback|
| Motorcycle, which was used in the assassination attempt|
on Siegfried Buback, in an exhibition about the RAF in Stuttgart.
|Official name||Assassination of Siegfried Buback|
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On 7 April 1977, Siegfried Buback, the attorney-general of West Germany, was shot alongside his driver Wolfgang Göbel and a passenger, judicial officer Georg Wurster, in an ambush whilst travelling from his home in Neureut to the Bundesgerichtshof in Karlsruhe.
Four RAF members, Christian Klar, Knut Folkerts, Günter Sonnenberg and Brigitte Mohnhaupt were formally charged and prosecuted in connection with the Buback murder. In 2007, former RAF members Peter-Jürgen Boock and Verena Becker claimed that another former RAF member, Stefan Wisniewski, had fired the gun that killed Buback.
The events of the period 1970-1998 in Germany have not yet been analyzed from a fakeological point of view. Taking into consideration the pattern and modus operandi as well as the research about similar controlled opposition outlets it is legitim to view these events as highly suspicious of having been either completely constructed by the Military Intelligence Apparatus or hijacked and controlled.
- Der Spiegel: Who Assassinated Siegfried Buback? Germany Revisits RAF Terrorism Verdict 
- Wikipedia: Events attributed to the RAF [MSM 1]
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