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March 29, 1991 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-29

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12 Neo-Nazis
Arrested

Bonn (JTA) — Twelve neo-
Nazis were arrested last
week in Munich for display-
ing Nazi symbols prohibited
by law.
The encounter occurred
outside the Munich Muse-
um, where an extreme right-
wing group called the Revi-
sionists held a meeting, a
result of the overturning of a
ban on their assembling
which had been imposed by
the Bavarian authorities.
The ban on assembly was
overruled by a court order. A
three judge panel decided
the group could stage what
they billed an "international
multimedia show."
While Bavaria's interior
minister, Edmund Stoiber,
said the state would
challenge the court's deci-
sion, he admitted there was
no legal way to prevent the
Revisionists from using the
museum.
As their name implies, the
group denies that Jews were
systematically murdered by
the Nazis.
Their rally was devoted
mainly to the Leuchter
Report, a spurious document
written by an American,
Fred Leuchter, who visited
the sites of several former
death camps and concluded
"scientifically" that gas
chambers never existed.
Mr. Leuchter, a Boston
area resident, is currently on
trial for practicing engineer-
ing in Massachusetts
without a license.

Haifa R.&R.
For U.S. Fleet

Tel Aviv (JTA) — More
than 12,000 officers and
sailors of the U.S. Sixth
Fleet will enjoy shore leave
in Israel this week after see-
ing action in the Persian
Gulf war.
Five ships, fresh from the
war zone, are due in Haifa to
give their crews five days of
rest and relaxation while
they undergo repairs and
maintenance at Israel
shipyards on Haifa Bay.
The visitors are the
helicopter carriers Nassau
and Guam and the landing
craft Portland, Pensacola
and Lamour County.
All but the Guam, which
has - too deep a draft, will
enter the Haifa shipyard,
providing much-needed
business.
Meanwhile, the Haifa
municipality and various
volunteer organizations are
arranging to entertain the
American sailors.

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