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Cell phone photos with Nazi references from ex-FPÖ mandater Jenewein

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Cell phone photos with Nazi references from ex-FPÖ mandater Jenewein

Specifically, the former blue security spokesman is said to have had pictures on his smartphone of T-shirts and pennants that, according to the file, “clearly show National Socialist sentiments.” At the time, Jenewein was accused of inciting long-time BVT employee “O” to abuse his position. He is said to have passed on alleged secrets to him, such as the names of the police officers who were investigating the Soko tape on the Ibiza video, or information about new projects in the Interior Ministry. The investigation is still ongoing. Numerous USB sticks, folders, smartphones and other IT devices were seized, as the “Standard” reported at the time.

In May, Jenewein and Ott, who remains in custody after his arrest at the end of March, are to be invited to the U-Committee to provide information.

ÖVP General Secretary Christian Stocker reacted immediately on Sunday and again addressed the relationship between Jenewein and FPÖ leader Herbert Kickl in a broadcast. There are two possibilities: “Either Herbert Kickl knew nothing about what Jenewein was doing. That wouldn’t necessarily speak for his ability as a politician or for his knowledge of human nature. But the second possibility is more likely anyway, namely that Kickl was informed about Jenewein’s actions could be.” Kickl himself recently stated in the U-committee: “It is simply wrong to claim that Jenewein was my right hand.”

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