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Suspect in McCann case won't respond to charges in his German trial over unrelated offenses

  • The defendant exercises the right to remain silent, with the defense attorney expecting acquittal due to poor evidence.
  • No formal pleas are required in the German legal system, allowing defendants to remain silent.
  • Under investigation for murder, the suspect has not been charged in the McCann case, but served seven years for a prior rape conviction.
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