German authorities have long been faulted for being unable to keep neo-Nazis and other far-right fringe groups in check.
Now, it turns out that even those incarcerated have been able to communicate with their groups—and perhaps help them recruit—through a secret code passed along in letters and magazine advertisements, reports Reuters. Authorities uncovered the system in the last few weeks and have launched an investigation without providing many details.
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