New allegation in Sévèke murder case

The murderer of left-wing activist Louis Sévèke in November last year could be connected to the police or secret service, according to researcher Peter Siebelt. Sévèke was shot dead in the street at 9pm. No-one has been arrested in connection with his killing.

Siebelt told investigating officers yesterday that the motive for Sévèke ’s death could be his involvement with a book containing personal information about police and undercover agents. The book was banned shortly after publication but is alleged to have ruined the careers of many police and secret service officers.

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