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Richard Suter says he was abducted, beaten by men posing as police

An Edmonton man accused in a drunk driving crash that killed a toddler says he was abducted, beaten and had his thumb cut off by three men posing as police officers.


Richard Suter, 64, said he was at home with his wife Thursday night when he heard pounding on the door. Outside were three men in their 20s, who Suter said were dressed like SWAT officers and appeared to be armed.

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