German police have requested help from law enforcement agencies in the USA in their probe into National Socialist Underground (NSU) murder gang. The Germans are hoping their US counterparts can deliver Internet data linking Beate Zschäpe, a gang member currently being held after surrendering to police, to the 10 murders the NSU committed. Of particular interest is a YouTube account belonging to Zschäpe in which she used the username “Liese1111” and from which investigators want to know what she viewed and uploaded. The Zwickau-based NSU was uncovered when terrorists Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide after a bungled bank robbery. Zschäpe turned herself in to police a few days later. In addition to the murders of nine immigrant shop owners and a policewoman, the group was also behind 14 bank robberies and two attacks involving explosives.