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A Balkan Muslim who killed two U.S. Air Force servicemen in March told a German judge Wednesday that he was motivated by the movie "Redacted," which was made as a political statement in 2007 by Hollywood director Brian De Palma, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and several high-profile movie industry producers.
"I don't see how people would be made to commit acts of violence [after watching 'Redacted'], any more than they would for watching Fox News."
"The real culprit here is the tragedy of war; it is not Brian De Palma's brilliant film," he said.