Fans react to the news that the man suspected of attacking Dortmund’s team bus appears to have been motivated by money. The suspect is believed to have bought shares with the company before the attack in the hope of profiting later.
A preliminary hearing has ruled that a 28-year-old German-Russian suspect in the Borussia Dortmund football bus bombing can be kept in detention awaiting trial. Police suspect he bet on a fall in the club's share price.
Though prosecutors call him "highly suspicious," suspect Sergei W.'s lawyer has said his client is innocent. German media have reported that material examination has provided no explicit proof of guilt.
The nature of the suspect arrested in the case of the bomb attacks on the Dortmund team bus has surprised almost everyone. For DW's Jefferson Chase, it's an example of how snap judgements about terrorism are often wrong.
German police have arrested a 28-year-old man suspected of being behind last week's attack on the Borussia Dortmund soccer team. Greed, not ties to international terror, is thought to have motivated the suspect.
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