Police in Wiltshire, England, have apologized after it was revealed an officer told a newsstand owner to give him information on people who bought the "survivors" issue of Charlie Hebdo, asking for the names of four customers. In a statement, the department said the officer will face no disciplinary measures, but the department did delete the information from their systems.
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