Reinhard Siekaczek was half asleep in bed when his doorbell rang early one morning in November 2006.
Still in his pyjamas, he peeked out his bedroom window, hurried downstairs and flung open the front door. Standing before him in the cool, crisp dark were six German police officers and a prosecutor. They held a warrant for his arrest.
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