US: Police end Palestinian university case probe

February 1, 2007 06:59


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Police said they have no reason to "proceed any further" with their investigation of a racially tinged fight between several Guilford College football players and three Palestinian students. "After careful review of this case and consultation with the Guilford County District Attorney's Office, no evidence was found at this time that would allow the Greensboro Police Department to proceed any further in this investigation," Greensboro police said in a written statement Wednesday. The three Palestinian students have filed misdemeanor assault and ethnic intimidation charges against the players in connection with the campus fight Jan. 20. The Greensboro police were not involved in those charges. Messages left with police were not immediately returned Wednesday. Prosecutors said they would likely wait for a college investigation to play out before deciding how to proceed.

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