The film by the London-based research agency “Forensic Architecture” examines the statements made by Andreas Temme, an employee of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution, in the Halit Yozgat murder case. He was shot dead by members of the so-called “National Socialist Underground (NSU)” in his Internet café in Kassel on April 6, 2006. Temme, who was at the scene of the crime at the time, concealed his presence from the investigating authorities and could only be located later as a witness through the logs of his Internet use. In court, he denied having heard anything about Yozgat’s murder.

Commissioned by the “NSU Tribunal” , the scientists recreated the crime scene on a scale of 1:1 in Berlin’s House of World Cultures and also created a digital model of the Internet café. With the help of these infrastructures, three possible scenarios of Halit Yozgat’s murder are played out, analyzed and documented on film, taking into account the spatial position of Andreas Temme and other people present.

The film can be viewed on the “Forensic Architecture” website in English, Turkish and German.

77sqm_9:26min | Forensic Architecture | UK |2017 | Documentary | English | 27:23 min.


Comments are closed.