German reporters protest nixing of probe into tabloid editor

LONDON (AP) — Journalists at one among Germany’s largest newspaper teams have protested their writer’s determination to nix a prolonged investigation into alleged abuse of energy by the chief editor of the nation’s top-selling tabloid newspaper.

A letter circulated on social media late Sunday accused the Ippen media group and its writer, Dirk Ippen, of “breach of belief” for deciding to halt the report, which had been months within the making. The letter was dated Friday and the report was resulting from be printed Sunday.

The investigation targeted on Julian Reichelt, chief editor of every day Bild, who has confronted

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