Ernesto Mila Rodriguez, a suspect in the bombing of the Rue Copernic synagogue last October which killed four people, was released by French police Sunday after three days of questioning. Police said they were convinced the Spanish national, known to have close connections with neo-Nazi groups, did not take part in the bombing. Rodriguez, 24, was named in the French and Spanish press as the motorcycle driver who left the bomb in front of the crowded Paris synagogue.
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