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May 13, 1986

Prosecutors have decided not to investigate West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl in connection with charges that he lied to a parliamentary committee, a West German newspaper reported. The Bonn prosecutor found the charges "not tenable" and decided to drop the case without a formal investigation, the daily Die Welt said. The inquiry was based on a criminal complaint filed by a Greens party deputy charging that Kohl lied in November, 1984, when he said he did not receive $27,500 in the Flick corporate-bribery scandal.

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