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W. German court upholds
rulings on 7 neo-Nazis
Paris (JTA) — A federal Austrian-born Hermine
court in Karlsruhe, West Braunsteiner-Ryan, had
Germany, has dismissed the been sentenced in Duessel-
appeals of seven former SS dorf to life imprisonment.
officials who served in the The six others, five men and
concentration and death a woman, had been sen-
camp of Maidanek, and had tenced to prison terms rang-
been sentenced to various ing from three to 12 years.
prison terms for murder, or
In a related development,
complicity in murder.
two neo-Nazis, just extra-
The sentences against the dited from England; were
seven officials had been ordered held in custody
pronounced by a Duessel- Sunday by the same
dorf court in 1981 following Karlsruhe judge.
a five-year trial that at-
The accused, Walter
tracted much public atten- Kexel and Ulrich Tillmann,
tion in West Germany and spent 11 months in a British
abroad. The late Moshe jail before they were extra-
Dayan, then the Israeli dited to stand trial in West
Foreign Minister, had pro- Germany for politically
tested against the sen- motivated acts of violence.
tences, which in his opinion They are charged with par-
were too mild. Several of the ticipation in a series of
initial 15 defendants had bomb attacks on residential
been cleared for lack of evi- quaiters of American serv-
dence, and others have died ice personnel in the autumn
since the first trial began.
The most prominent SS
Meanwhile, students and
official who appealed, the faculty at Marburg Univer-
sity protested to the univer-
sity authorities Sunday
over the reunion of Waffen
SS veterans at a hostel
owned by the university in
Walsertal, near the town of
The Wayne State Univer- Hirschegg.
sity Alumni Association
About 100 former officers
will sponsor a moonlight of the SS "Heinrich Him-
cruise aboard the Boblo boat mler" tank battalion and
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. their families are currently
Alumni, students and ensconced in the hostel
friends of the university are which is normally used for
seminars and as a vacation
There is a charge for tic- resort for university em-
kets and a student rate will ployees. There have been no
be available for those eligi- public demonstrations but
ble. For information or to students are circulating
make reservations, call leaflets calling for a mass
Alumni House, 577-2161.