Klaus Croissant, né le 24 mai 1931 à Kirchheim unter Teck et mort le 28 mars 2002 à Berlin, était un avocat allemand, un sympathisant de la Fraction armée rouge et, après sa libération de prison, un collaborateur de la Stasi (le ministère de la Sécurité de l'État de la RDA). Il fut candidat sans succès sur la liste alternative comme maire de Kreuzberg et entra au PDS en 1990.

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  • Klaus Croissant, né le 24 mai 1931 à Kirchheim unter Teck et mort le 28 mars 2002 à Berlin, était un avocat allemand, un sympathisant de la Fraction armée rouge et, après sa libération de prison, un collaborateur de la Stasi (le ministère de la Sécurité de l'État de la RDA). Il fut candidat sans succès sur la liste alternative comme maire de Kreuzberg et entra au PDS en 1990.
  • Klaus Croissant (1931 – 2002) was a lawyer of the Red Army Faction, later an East German spy and a political activist for Berlin's Alternative Liste and after 1990 the PDS.Croissant was shown by Kurt Rebmann, then Attorney General of Germany “to have organized his cabinet the operational reserve of West German terrorism”. A campaign against his imprisonment, in which in particular Jean-Paul Sartre and Michel Foucault took part, was organized in his favour. He was released under bail and fled to France on July 10, 1977, before being stopped in Paris on September 30. There he applied without success for political asylum. In spite of some protests in Germany, France and Italy, the court of criminal appeal of the Court of Appeal of Paris decides in favour of the extradition to West Germany on November 16, 1977. Croissant was extradited the following day. In a platform published in Le Monde on November 2, 1977, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari wrote:Three things worry us immediately: the possibility that many German men of the left in an organized system of denouncement, see their life becoming intolerable in Germany, and are forced to leave their country. Conversely, the possibility that Croissant is delivered, returned to Germany where he risks the worst [Andreas Baader and its comrades had been found dead in their cells on October 18, 1977], or, simply expelled in a country of “choice” which would not accept him. Lastly, the prospect which whole Europe passes under this type of control claimed by Germany.”He was sentenced and jailed for supporting a designated terrorist organization for two and a half years. After his release, Croissant started to work for the Stasi, which registered him 1981 as Inoffizieller Mitarbeiter "IM Thaler“, Reg. Nr. XV/5231/81. His girlfriend, the taz-publisher and green member of the European Parliament Brigitte Heinrich, was led by Croissant to join his work for the Stasi till her death in 1987. In 1992 his collaboration with the Stasi was made public.
  • Klaus Croissant (* 24. Mai 1931 in Kirchheim unter Teck; † 28. März 2002 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Rechtsanwalt. Er erlangte Bekanntheit als Verteidiger von Andreas Baader im Stammheim-Prozess gegen die Anführer der Rote Armee Fraktion (1975 - 1977). Croissant wurde 1979 selbst wegen Unterstützung einer terroristischen Vereinigung verurteilt. Er war später für die West-Berliner Alternative Liste und anschließend für die PDS politisch aktiv. In den 1980er Jahren war Klaus Croissant Inoffizieller Mitarbeiter des Ministeriums für Staatssicherheit der DDR.
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  • Klaus Croissant, né le 24 mai 1931 à Kirchheim unter Teck et mort le 28 mars 2002 à Berlin, était un avocat allemand, un sympathisant de la Fraction armée rouge et, après sa libération de prison, un collaborateur de la Stasi (le ministère de la Sécurité de l'État de la RDA). Il fut candidat sans succès sur la liste alternative comme maire de Kreuzberg et entra au PDS en 1990.
  • Klaus Croissant (* 24. Mai 1931 in Kirchheim unter Teck; † 28. März 2002 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Rechtsanwalt. Er erlangte Bekanntheit als Verteidiger von Andreas Baader im Stammheim-Prozess gegen die Anführer der Rote Armee Fraktion (1975 - 1977). Croissant wurde 1979 selbst wegen Unterstützung einer terroristischen Vereinigung verurteilt. Er war später für die West-Berliner Alternative Liste und anschließend für die PDS politisch aktiv.
  • Klaus Croissant (1931 – 2002) was a lawyer of the Red Army Faction, later an East German spy and a political activist for Berlin's Alternative Liste and after 1990 the PDS.Croissant was shown by Kurt Rebmann, then Attorney General of Germany “to have organized his cabinet the operational reserve of West German terrorism”. A campaign against his imprisonment, in which in particular Jean-Paul Sartre and Michel Foucault took part, was organized in his favour.
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