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Greek Terror Suspect Admits Slaying Role

One of 19 suspected members of Greece’s deadliest terrorist group testified Wednesday that he participated in the 1986 killing of a Greek industrialist and a 1987 attack on a busload of American soldiers. Patroklos Tselentis, an alleged member of the November 17 group, told the court he drove a getaway motorcycle in the slaying of industrialist Dimitris Angelopoulos and drove a truck in the bus bombing that injured 11 American soldiers. It marked the first time since the trial began four weeks ago that any of the terror suspects has acknowledged a role in the 23 killings and more than 100 bombings carried out by November 17 since 1975. The group’s victims include four American envoys, two Turkish diplomats and prominent Greek political and business figures. November 17’s last victim was a British defense attache in June 2000. In his testimony, Tselentis, 42, also placed three other suspects at the two crime scenes. They denied any involvement. Full Story

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