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Radical Questioned in Filmmaker's Death

An Islamic radical suspected of shooting and slitting the throat of a renowned Dutch filmmaker was questioned by investigators considering ties with foreign terrorists, possibly al-Qaida, prosecutors said Thursday. The 26-year-old suspect identified only as Mohammed B. was arrested minutes after Theo van Gogh’s brutal slaying while cycling on an Amsterdam street. He had a pistol in his pocket and was shot in the leg by police during a chase through a park. Van Gogh had criticized some aspects of Islamic society in his work. Eight other suspects aged 19-27, believed to be Islamic fundamentalists plotting a terrorist attack, remained in custody, said prosecution spokeswoman Dop Kruimel.Full Story

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