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Andrea Klump

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Andrea Martina Klump (born 13 May 1957) is a former far-left terrorist. Early life From 1978 to 1981 Klump studied Ethnology, Sociology and Political Science in Frankfurt/Main. In 1984, she went underground. She was the girlfriend of a fellow activist, Horst Ludwig Meyer, who is known to have been member of the Red Army Faction (RAF). Her potential membership of the RAF has never been proven. Terrorist activities
  • In 1988, along with Meyer, Klump attempted to bomb a Spanish disco in Rota which was oft frequented by US servicemen, but the attempt was unsuccessful.
  • Around 1989, Klump was thought to have been one of the prime suspects in the assassination of banker Alfred Herrhausen, but this theory was later rejected due to a lack of evidence.
  • On December 23, 1991, Klump, again along with Meyer, attempted to murder 33 people, including 29 Soviet Jewish emigrants in Hungary, on behalf of a radical Palestinian group. She planted 25 kg of high explosives in
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