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July 20, 1984 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-20

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THE OETROIJI.JEWISH NEWS

MARC
ANKERMAti

British still
holding Israelis
in Dikko case

Jerusalem (JTA) —Three
Israelis and a Nigerian dip-
lomat were remanded for
another eight days in police
custody in London last week
after being charged with the
attempted kidnapping of
Umaru Dikko, former
Transport Minister of
Nigeria who is now a politi-
cal exile. The men were re-
manded after a four-minute
court appearance.
The Israeali government
has disclaimed any connec-
tion with the incident or
with the Israelis taken into
custody by the British
authorities. Two were iden-
tified yesterday as residents
of Netanya. The third, iden-
tified as Alexander Barak,
27,, is also from Netanya
where his family is highly
regarded. His mother,
Naomi, is chairman of the
local WIZO chapter, and his
stepfather, Shlom6
Bauchman, is a well-known
diamond dealer.
Barak is facing kidnap
charges along with Felix
Abutbul, 41, and Dr. Arye
Lev Shapiro, a 45-year-old
anesthetist on the staff of
the Hasharon Hospital in
Petach Tikva.
Meanwhile, an American
company with strong Israeli
connections has denied that
it was involved in the Dikko
kidnapping.
Mordechai Ellison, a di-
rector of Johnson, Drake
and Piper, said last week
that there was "no truth in
the allegation that I or this
company had anything to do
with the Dikko matter."
Johnson, Drake and
Piper, registered in Dela-
ware, is a construction com-
pany, with a branch office in
London.

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