Germany: 4 police wounded in raid on anti-gov't extremist
BERLIN — An anti-government extremist opened fire on police in southern Germany during a raid Wednesday in which they had planned to confiscate his weapons, wounding four officers, authorities said.
The 49-year-old German man had legally possessed more than 30 weapons for hunting, but local authorities had revoked his license because he appeared increasingly unreliable, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann said.
He had previously refused to allow officials access to check his arsenal and take away the firearms.
The suspect opened fire on police as they entered the house in the... read more
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