BERLIN (AA) - A prominent Turkish-German lawmaker told local media Monday she has recently received death threats from neo-Nazis.
Suspected far-right extremists threatened Seda Basay-Yildiz in a fax message signed NSU 2.0. The message also provided details about her family which were not publicly available, Suddeutsche Zeitung reported.
Basay-Yildiz said it was the second death threat she received since August, when another fax-message threatened the murder of her 2-year-old daughter.
She said detailed information on the message, which included her address and names of her family members, could be obtained only from official records.
In December, five police officers in Frankfurt were suspended on suspicion they took personal information of Basay-Yildiz from police records and shared them with the far-right extremists.
Basay-Yildiz represented the families of victims who were killed by the National Socialist Underground (NSU), a neo-Nazi terror cell, between 2000 and 2007.
The shadowy NSU killed 10 people, including eight Turkish and one Greek immigrant as well as a police officer, but the murders have remained unresolved.