German banker to appeal dismissal after inflammatory remarks

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September 4, 2010 21:00

 
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German banker, Thilo Sarrazin, threatened to appeal his dismissal for controversial remarks he made about Jews and Muslim immigrants, Reuters reported Saturday.

Sarrazin, a member of the German central bank's board, said that the media frenzy which followed his dismissal was like a "political show trial."

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