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March 21, 1986 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-21

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scredit the regime abroad, the
thorities took prompt action.
n May 11, 1972, Dr. Gluzman
as arrested. His trial took place
t. 11-19. Although he pleaded
of guilty, the verdict was harsh:
total of ten years incarceration,
ven years in labor camp to be
flowed by three years in exile. In
at same year, 1972, Grigorenko
as suddenly released, at least in
art because of Dr. Gluzman's
ourageous action. •
In the labor camp, Dr. Gluzman
articipated in several protests
nd hunger strikes. Dr. Gluzman
lso continued his protest against
sychiatric abuse in the camp's.
ogether with human rights ac-
ivist Vladimir Bukovsky, he
ote: A Manual on Psychiatry for
issidents. The KGB quickly re-
ponded. In September 1975, Dr.
luzman was informed that a new
ase had been initiated against
im on charges of repeated
anti-Soviet agitation and prop-
ganda." In March 1976, he was
ransferred to another prison
here unsuccessful efforts were
ade to "re-educate" him. In
1978, he was transferred to' yet
another prison camp and placed in
solitary confinement for four
months.
After seven years in labor
camps, Dr. Gluzman was exiled to
a village east of the Ural moun-
tains. There he married Irina, a
woman he had know since they
were youngsters together in Kiev.
Irina had a daughter, Julia, from
a previous marriage. This compli-
cated their efforts to emigrate be-
cause Irina's first husband stated
that he would never permit his
daughter to leave the Soviet
Union.
Dr. Gluzman is now once again
in Kiev, employed as a physician.
He and Irina continue their
struggle to emigrate to Igrael.

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