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against the offenders was yet be initiated by the end of the year. Another inquest, into the deaths, in 1990, of three persons killed by secret service agents, was postponed because the government attempted to exclude certain evidence from oral testimony by issuing public interest immunity certificates, which were then challenged in the court.' In Germany, in June 1993, Wolfgang Grams, a suspected Red Army Faction activist, was shot dead by the police at point-blank range as he lay motionless on the ground after a police operation. In France, several unarmed people were killed by the police while in custody or during interrogation. Most of them were petty criminals or third world immigrants seeking work in France.

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