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'Rogue' transmission on Chicago police radio said to be portion of Hitler speech

CHICAGO - An unauthorized audio transmission over Chicago police radio frequencies Wednesday night seems to be a partial rebroadcast of an Adolf Hitler speech from a 1935 Nazi propaganda film, an expert said.

Based on numerous key words in the fragmented

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