German federal prosecutors say the bombing of a soccer team's bus in Dortmund, Germany, was carried out by a man apparently attempting to manipulate the team's stock for profit. The 28-year-old man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder, among other things. Three explosions went off near the Borussia Dortmund team bus on April 11, as it was pulling out of the hotel where the players were staying. One player was injured and needed surgery on his wrist. Authorities say letters claiming responsibility for the blasts — and identifying the motivation as Islamic or right-wing extremism — appear to be specious. Instead they say a man with German and Russian citizenship, identified only as Sergej W., planted the bombs, apparently to make money....
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Soccer Team Bus Bombing Was Part Of Stock Option Plot, German Prosecutors Say