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Spanish Judge Links Inmate to Van Gogh Murder Group

A Spanish judge accused a Moroccan inmate on Tuesday of membership in an Islamic militant group to which the chief suspect in the murder of an outspoken Dutch filmmaker also allegedly belonged, court documents showed. High Court Judge Baltasar Garzon, who leads several investigations into suspected Islamic militant groups in Spain, accused Abdeladim Akoudad of providing logistical support to the radical group. The Netherlands has arrested a man identified only as Mohammed B. on suspicion of killing Theo van Gogh, a critic of Islam, two weeks ago. “He (Akoudad) is believed to be a leading-level member of a terrorist group based in Holland,” a court document said.Full Story

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