Police 'innocent'

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The Independent Online
SCHWERIN - A much-awaited report by Swiss experts has found no evidence that German anti-terror police shot dead a suspected urban guerrilla in a controversial ambush. The report was the latest to rebut allegations that Wolfgang Grams, a suspected member of the Red Army Faction, was killed in cold blood by police. Grams died of a point-blank head shot in June. Some witnesses spoke of an execution-style shooting by police, and the controversy cost two senior Bonn politicians their jobs. Reuter

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