Dortmund Bomb Suspect Aimed To Profit From Shares – Police
German Police have arrested a man suspected of detonating three bombs that targeted the Borussia Dortmund football team bus last week, ahead of their UEFA champions league tie against A.S Monaco
Prosecutors said his aim was to send the club’s shares plummeting and making a profit on an investment.
The 28-year old man is a dual German and Russian national, identified as Sergei V, and had bought options on Borussia Dortmund’s stock bvb.de, before the attack.
The club shares rose at 1.8 per cent on April 12, the day after the attack, and are up about two per cent so far this year.
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