Aug 102009
 August 10, 2009  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Germany’s biggest bank has been accused of mounting a Stasi-style entrapment operation against a prominent shareholder regarded as a troublemaker.

The German authorities are considering launching a criminal investigation into whether Deutsche Bank plotted a honeytrap sting on Michael Bohndorf, a tax lawyer who has bombarded the annual shareholder meetings with embarrassing questions since 2003 and pursued the bank in the courts for failing to answer them.

Read more on The Times Online.

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