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Herwig Bierstedt do not know what the fuss is about. The farmer has fenced on the sports field at the Latin way in pads a 38 meter wide strip of the field with wire mesh. He wants to graze his horses. The sports club TSV Kusey in the town in Saxony-Anhalt cannot be used for his football training the place now. The primary school, according to the principal no place for the National Youth Games. Bierstedt reasoning: He had purchased the property, which stretches in a long strip on the sports field in 2013 from a private owner. Previously it had leased the town Klötze.

The city complained after buying from the farmer and claimed the land for themselves - but lost the case at the Administrative Court Magdeburg. "They have had 20 years’ time, to secure the piece when it was so important," says Bierstedt. Klötzes Mayor Matthias Mann protested against: From sales plans by the owner to have known nothing. A conversation between real estate office and sports club is now to help solve the problem. Four months after the arrest is now following the indictment: The Salafistenprediger Sven Lau, 35, the process is done. The prosecution was brought before the State Security Division of the Court of Dusseldorf, the federal prosecutor said on Tuesday.

Lau is reasonable suspicion in 2013 from Germany as an extension of the active Syrian terrorist organization "Jaish al-Muhajirin wa-l-ansar" (translated: Army of Emigrants and Helpers, short Jamwa) to have acted. He will therefore accused of having supported in four cases, a foreign terrorist organization (§ 129b para. 1 i.V.m. § 129a para. 1 and 5, § 53 of the Criminal Code). Lau is said to have helped in four cases the Syrian terrorist group that had the "Islamic State" tendered (IS). either been Their goal is to overthrow the Syrian government and to establish a solely on Islamic law (Sharia) based theocracy.

Lau had nationwide gained notoriety when he was patrolling with his "Sharia police" through the streets of Wuppertal. The former firefighter headed in his hometown Mönchengladbach a mosque and was chairman of the fundamentalist organization "Invitation to Paradise". In the Bundesliga will be played five times on Monday night from the season 2017/2018. This was confirmed by Christian Seifert, CEO of the German Football League (DFL), at the launch of the tender for the media rights. "We're talking about five of 306 games, it is expressly not planned future conduct even more Monday games," Seifert said, "That makes no sense sporty." Many fans defend themselves against a softening of game days. In protest, a Stuttgart Ultra Group has announced to boycott the away game against Werder Bremen on May 2 in the past week.

Basically, it will in the coming period rights be little changes in Schedule (to 2020/2021), Seifert said. In the Bundesliga, the second Sunday match will only begin at 18 o'clock instead of the previous 17.30. Overall, it is ten "Avoiding Games" for the European Cup Starter give (five on Monday, five on Sunday), but which take place in any case - regardless of how many Bundesliga clubs are still represented internationally in the course of the season.

Awarding the TV rights to early June

The five alternate games on Sunday starting at 13.30 or 18 o'clock. Bundesliga kick-off on Monday evening at 20.30, the mounting portion of the 2. Liga shifts on those days on Saturday. Instead of four, there will be only two midweek matches. In addition, one of the three games Friday the 2. Liga on Saturday disengaged (kick-off 13:00). The 2. Liga also get two exclusive game days, this will take place before the Bundesliga starts.

By early June, the DFL will forgive the media rights for the seasons 2017/2018 to 2020/2021. The league has a total of 17 packages of rights for the national and European market advertised, designated to provide revenue from 1.1 to 1.5 billion euros. Transactions with offshore companies and the Panamanian firm Mossack Fonseca were at Hamburger Privatbank Berenberg apparently more widespread than previously known. This is a research of SPIEGEL and Frontal21. "Offshore transactions were daily business in Hamburg," says a former employee. "According to accounts opened for offshore companies, also for Panama companies from Mossack Fonseca."

This is in contrast to statements by Hans-Walter Peters, the head of the Berenberg Bank and newly nominated president of the German Banking Association. He said the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung" ( "FAS"): "It was, and is not our business model to contribute to the creation of shell companies."

Two employees of the Compliance Department, which is to monitor compliance with laws had, Berenberg and the Financial Supervisory Authority as early as 2013 warned of transactions with offshore companies in Panama and other countries. In an extensive appeal states, the business model of the Bank had inter alia based, "perform for offshore companies, including many mailbox and front companies that were set up with straw men" payments. The Bank had failed to clarify the origin of the money and to verify the customer thoroughly. Instead their complaint to encounter hearing, the two employees were in his own words, first in a "death room" isolated and released a short time later.

Reports on the case, there was previously, the business magazine "Brand Eins" grabbed him in March, 2015. However, the connection of Berenberg to Mossack Fonseca was not yet a topic. An international research network now has evaluated comprehensive customer data the Registry and came across many questionable transactions. According to the participating NDR cooperation of Mossack Fonseca and Berenberg seems to have been "particularly close" according to statements in emails you've done with the hamburgers "the best experience" when setting up offshore accounts.

About investigations

Prosecutors Hamburg had indeed received inquiries after viewing this set, however, in June 2015, because "no evidence of specific crimes were detected". The suspicious transactions would have been mainly related to the Ukraine, "from which, however, no background information about the transactions in question can be achieved."

The compliance staff had become his own words through research and media reports pay attention to a big money laundering network, which should be involved in serious cases of corruption of the Ukrainian government and "in drug money laundering for Mexican cartels in illegal arms sales to terrorists in the southern Sudan, in investment fraud in the United States and the largest tax fraud and companies robbery in Russia ".

The network was called "Vanagels Connection" - named after Erik Vanagels which has popped up again as a director, manager or owner. Overall Vanagels belonged on paper Thousands of companies - these are obviously the man to an alcoholic homeless from Riga in Latvia, a classic "straw man", which presumably was used without his knowledge. The compliance staff examined by its own account, whether the connections to their bank filed - and came across numerous accounts that belonged to Vanagels network. For them, this was further evidence that the bank is not sufficiently checked the identity of their customers, employees systematically eliminated the internal control system and had violated "against the bank's internal regulations and the German Money Laundering Act". Bank Chief Peters said the "FAS", "is from the accounts that we lead or have led, to know each owner, we all have tested."

The compliance staff reimbursed on July 19, 2013 display the country (LKA) Hamburg. Four days later they informed the managers and general partners with an internal report on the risk that the bank "of international money laundering, organized crime, aid to finance illegal arms shipments continued to support international terrorism" involved.

The reasons for these risks led to the staff:

    
the business strategy of the bank to offshore businesses
    
poor implementation of customer-related due diligence by the Money Laundering Act
    
the lack of awareness of customer service for money laundering risks
    
serious deficiencies in the internal control system of the Bank.

What the report according to the staff happened next is hard to believe: The bank told them to report more financial intelligence. A week later, the long-time employees were implemented in a lonely room, further investigation prohibited and cut the access to the IT systems of the Bank. This was followed by time off work, ban and the dismissal of September 30, 2013.

Knappe response of inspectors

At Berenberg one rejects all accusations. "The confidence in a bank is the most important asset, therefore we question at least doubts not only ourselves," said Bank Chief Peters on request. Therefore, the institute had not immediately commissioned renowned auditing firms to investigate the allegations made comprehensively. "You have all confirmed that we meet the legal requirements in full." The staff were comprehensively had occasion in the course of investigations, to talk to the auditors about their allegations. But why they had to go, even though they would appear to satisfy only their intended purpose? This question did not answer the bank.

BaFin received a first and in January 2014 the second message staff in October, 2013. The supervisory responded only in February 2014. "Such references are indispensable for me," an employee thanked in a short letter. Should relevant issues arise, these are respected in the further supervision. However, over "details and results" one should not inform because of the Banking Act. BaFin did make a report on the case on its contents it but does not comment publicly.

While such discretion is also common in other cases. However, with the staff they made with their release for bewilderment. "Trusting in a functioning constitutional state in Germany" they turned investigating authorities, courts and financial supervision. As a result, they would, however, need to determine "that the law has failed completely."

The staff have doubts about the rule of law

That compliance staff often have a hard time, is now documented even in the preamble to the fourth Money Laundering Directive of the EU. "There have been a number of cases where employees after they report their suspicions of money laundering, were threatened or attacked," it says. Member States should "do everything in their power to make sure people are including employees and representatives of the debtor protected from such threats or hostile".

Critics call in Germany better protection for compliance officers. It must be ensured that these "are also protected under labor law, if they actually do their work," says Sebastian Fiedler, Vice Chairman of the Federal German Police. "Only this can ensure that the bank managers are forced in this way, to abide by the rules." "We must strengthen the position of MLO, protect better," also calls for the financial expert of the Greens, Gerhard Schick. "Because obviously it was the Bank's management more concerned immobilize the employees who have named the problem, but to say goodbye to dirty business."

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