26—Friday, July 3, 1970
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
27 Jewish Defense League Members Given Parole;
Five More Arrested After Fracas in Williamsburg
NEW YORK (JTA)—Twenty-
seven members of the Jewish De-
fense League were released on
parole pending a Sept. 22 hearing
in Criminal Court on their occupa-
tion June 23 of the two-floor of-
fices of Amtorg Trading Corp.,
the Soviet trade mission.
The demonstrators were releas-
ed in their attorney's custody.
State Sen. Paul Bookson assist-
ed the JDL attorney at the ar-
raignment. A JDL spokesman
charged that the Jewish militants
had been denied food and drink
during 26 hours in jail.
Ile said three of them were
temporarily re-incarcerated when
Dr. M. T. Mehdi, secretary gener-
al of the Action Committee on
American-Arab Relations, who was
beaten in reprisal for the terrorist
attack May 22 on an Israeli school
bus, suddenly appeared on the
scene and accused the three of the
Both JDL and Amtorg denied
published reports that the damage
sustained in the JDL action total-
ed $10- to $12,000,000.
The JDL spokesman said, "We
didn't damage a thing."
Five members of the Jewish De-
fense League, including its chair-
man, Rabbi Meir Kahane, were
arrested in Brooklyn following a
clash between 150 Jews and a
group of Negroes and Puerto
The JDL said it was demon-
strating over attacks by Negroes
against Jews of the Williamsburg
section in reprisal for the acci-
dental killing of a Negro girl last
week by a truck driven by a Jew.
The police confirmed that such
attacks had taken place. Rabbi
Kahane and the other four arrested
JDL members were scheduled to
be arraigned in Brooklyn - Criminal
A JDL spokesman told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that a
Puerto Rican man wielding a
knife again a JDL member had
had his knife taken away by a
policeman but was not arrested.
A spokesman for the police de-
partment called the charge "in-
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