Ex-FIBI-Agent läßt Haarsträhne von Che Guevara versteigern

A undated handout picture shows a collection of Che Guevara archive materials including including fingerprints, maps, letters, newspaper clippings, and dozens of death photographs of Che and his fellow guerrillas, that is up for auction with a reserve bid of 100,000 U.S. dollars in auction gallery in Dallas, Texas, USA, 24 October 2007. The Cuban-born CIA agent who buried Che Guevara 40 years ago this October says his body is still in Bolivia even though Fidel Castro claims it’s in Cuba. And DNA from the revolutionary’s hair included in this lot can determine who is right. EPA/Heritage Auction Galleries/ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY +++(c) dpa – Bildfunk+++