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September 20, 1991 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-09-20

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'11••• ■ •1 NEWS

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.
THE KUTINSKY FAMILY
LESLEY, JAY, ILANA, DANA & ADAM

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.
BERTHA, HAROLD, JANET, AVI
& ELANA FRIEDMAN

MAYER & HELENA LEBOVIC
AND FAMILY

Lauderdale Lakes, FL

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

We are winning.

BRUCE, STEPHANIE
& NICHOLE RUDOLPH

SOCIETY
CANCER.

i'AMERICAN

Neo-Nazi
Gets Sentenced

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

FRED & ROSE STOCKER

1111M1

May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

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Sydney, Australia (JTA) —
A 25-year-old neo-Nazi has
received a nine-month
suspended sentence for tele-
phoning a bomb threat to a -(
pro-Israel rally in
Melbourne on Jan. 21, short-
ly after the start of the Per-
sian Gulf War.
Judge Leslie Charles Ross
of the County Court said the
act of Graeme Lane, a mem-
ber of the neo-Nazi National
Action movement, was polit-
ically motivated and nothing
short of terrorism, at "a time
when tensions in the com-
munity were running high."
But the sentence was
suspended because the judge
determined that Mr. Lane, a
chemical engineer described
in court as "an academic and
scholastic overachiever,"
demonstrated genuine
remorse.
The Jewish Community
Council of Victoria state told
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that Mr. Lane had
written them apologizing for
"my most unfair and
cowardly infringement of
your democratic rights."
Mr. Lane pleaded guilty to
creating a public nuisance
by telephoning a false warn-
ing that a bomb was planted
in the Palais Theater, where
some 3,000 Jews had
gathered for an Israel soli-
darity rally attended by the
Israeli ambassador to
Australia.
He made the anonymous
call from a nearby public
telephone and went to the
theater "to admire his han-
diwork," which was to
disrupt the meeting, the
court was told.
At the hearing in January,
Chief Magistrate Sally
Brown ordered Mr. Lane to
stay away from Jewish
schools, centers and syn-
agogues and to have no con-
tacts with National Action
members.
Police Senior Detective
Jeremy Oliver testified at
the hearing that he believed
National Action was respon-
sible for a "two-year terror
campaign" against the Jew-
ish community in
Melbourne.
The police, meanwhile, are
investigating the apparent
murder of Ex ich Kuhn of
Sydney, a former member of
National Action.
In Perth, Western
Australia, former National
Action leader Jack Van
Tongeren was denied parole
after serving less than a
year of an 18-month prison
sentence for racist-inspired
crimes.

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