A man suspected of detonating three bombs targeting the Borussia Dortmund soccer team bus in April, Sergej W, arrives to stand trial at a German state court in Dortmund, Germany, December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
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A German-Russian man goes on trial Thursday, accused of carrying out a bomb attack on the Borussia Dortmund football team's bus in an elaborate bid to make a fortune on the stock market.The suspect -- named only as Sergei W. -- was arrested 10 days after he allegedly set off three explosive devices hidden in a hedge as the bus was leaving the team hotel for a Champions League match.W. was staying in the same Dortmund hotel as the players, had a view of where the bombs went off and had bought so-called put options on the team's shares on the day of the attack, prosecutors said.W. however sold the options in the days after the attack, making just 5,900 euros.
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