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March 13, 1987 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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Tied To PLO

The U.S. Postal Service is
investigating a fradulent
coupon redemption scam that
may be funneling millions of
dollars from the U.S. into
PLO coffers.
Advertising Age reported
this week that more than 70
persons have been prosecuted
in the Miami, Fla. area. Po-
stal inspectors and police offi-
cials said they have not been
able to trace the funds di-
rectly to the Palestine Liber-
ation Organization.
Adnan "Tommy" Bahur
was sentenced in Dade
County to 2 1/2 years in prison
on two felony counts in the
scheme. Bahur was vid-
eotaped telling an undercover
investigator that his group
had received $90 million from
the coupon scheme, and that
he is a nephew of George
Habash, leader of the radical
Popular Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine. He said he
even paid $5 per pound to
Zionist groups such as
Hadassah for clipped coupons.
Officials have not dis-
counted the PLO ties because
the Bahur family has lived
modestly in the Miami area.
Officials say related cases
are pending in Charleston,
S..C., Los Angeles, Tampa,
Cleveland and other areas,
but Detroit postal inspector
James Mock told The Jewish
News that there has been no
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New York (JTA) — The
Supreme Court was urged
last week to affirm a lower
court's decision to revoke the
U.S. citizenship of Juozas
Kungys, who is accused of
participating in the massacre
of 2,000 Jewish men, women
and children in the forests
outside of Kedainiai, Lith-
uania in the summer of 1941.
Separate amicus briefs were
filed by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith and
the World Jewish Congress,
arguing that Kungys' alleged
past activities were "mater-
ial" to his application for an
entry visa to the U.S. after
World War II and his subse-
quent application for
naturalization. He became a
citizen in 1954.
In June 1986, the U.S.
Court of Appeals in Phila-
delphia reversed a lower court
decision which held that lies
told by Kungys to obtain a
visa and citizenship were not
"material." The reversal was
appealed by Kungys.

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