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June 10, 1988 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-10

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Calgary, Alberta (JTA) —
Police arrested two members
of the Ku Klux Klan in
Calgary recently and charged
them with conspiracy to
murder a prominent member
of the Jewish community and
to burn down the Jewish com-
munity center.
Robert Hamilton and
Timothy Heggen were taken
into custody after being
under surveillance for about
a week, the police said. Their
intended victim was iden-
tified as Harry Milazsky, a
businessman and major
developer in the ares.
The police said they had not
determined whether the
KKK itself had been invovl-
ed in the conspiracy.
Meanwhile, in Edmonton, a
three-judge panel of the
Alberta Court of Appeals
struck down the 1985 convic-
tion of Jim Keegstra, who was
fined $5,000 for violating
Canada's anti-hate
legislation.
Keegstra, who had been a
high school teacher in the
Alberta village of Eckville,
taught, his pupils that Jews
were conspiring to seize the
world and that the Holocaust
never occurred.
The judges determined that
the criminal code section
under which Keegstra was
convicted was a breach of
fredom-of-speech guarantees
provided by the Canadian
Charter of Rights and
Freedoms, in force since 1982.

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Police Arrest
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Paris (JTA) — A coalition of
center-right parties has
struck a deal with Jean-
Marie Le Pen's extreme right-
wing National Front to help
conservative candidates
against the Socialists in the
second round of France's
parliamentary elections this
Sunday.
The agreement reached
with Le Pen by the Marseille-
Cote d'Azur branch of the
Union for the Republic and
Center is the first time a
mainstream French political
grouping has aligned itself
with a party that campaigns
on a racist platform and is
considered by many to be
anti-Semitic.
Although the agreement
applies only to one region in
southern France, the alliance
has brought a degree of
respectability to the National
Front, which has been confin-
ed to the political ghetto since
its emergence about a dozen
years ago.

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