As we boarded the train from Eibach Bahnhof to Gleishammer, many of us were already thinking of what we were about to see. Ismail Yaşar had been shot in cold blood in 2005 by an extremist right-wing organization called the National Socialist Underground (NSU for short). He had been killed in broad daylight, across from a school. He was in the small parking lot where his döner stand was situated, when two men on bicycles came and shot him in the head. The main reason this man was killed was because he was a turkish immigrant, and therefore “impure”, or “un-german”, to the NSU killers. The expert we met at the site, Bridgit Mair, described this to us. She went into detail about the crime and the ineptness of the police handling this investigation. She talked about the circumstances of the crime, the evidence and the witness. Even with all of this, the police still did not have a clue on who was the culprit. Ms.Mair also stated how the police were convinced that the family of the victim were suspected, as well as potential involvement with the Turkish Mafia. Even when the family of the victims themselves went to the police and told them that it must have been a hate crime, the police denied it, stating that the murders did not match with the profiling of a right-wing extremist attack. She went on to explain how the police struggled for years to capture the killers because of their refusal of the idea that Neo-Nazis were involved. After Ms.Mair wrapped up her speech, we all headed back to the train station to travel to the Gymnasium for her to teach us about her anti-Neo-Nazi organization and more information about the NSU and the victims that were shot. She began by describing the timeline of the NSU killers, from when they first went into hiding because of the warrant for their arrest because of their terrorist attacks, to when they were finally caught. In between the events caused by the NSU killers, Ms.Mair outlined the victims, their lives, and the scenes of the crimes. She also recounted her own personal stories about the NSU, and gave us some background information about the trial of one of the killers today. She ended the presentation by answering our questions about her organization, and the events that were just described.