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February 11, 2004

Germany refusing to re-open case of a British student who died "in a state of terror". 

BBC "As a consequence of his own behaviour and with no-one else involved, he threw himself in front of a car, of several cars, and died on the third attempt," says the Wiesbaden Prosecutor, Dr Dieter Arlet.

Despite the British coroner dismissing the notion of a suicide verdict as "totally impossible and incorrect", the authorities in Wiesbaden have not re-opened the case.

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