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February 21, 1992 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-21

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Vienna (JTA) — At least
20 people are in Austrian
jails awaiting trial for illegal
neo-Nazi activity while the
Parliament prepares to
enact legislation that would
reduce the penalties for such
offenses.
The reasoning behind the
proposed new laws and
amendments to existing
ones is that the conviction of
neo-Nazis by juries would be
more likely if the penalties
mandated by law were eas-
ed.
That may be tested in the
case, among others, of Gun-
ther Reinthaler, arrested in
Salzburg a week ago.
Mr. Reinthaler, a 32-year-
old student, was named by
the neo- Nazis to be "gau-
beauftragter" — the old-
time Nazis called it
gauleiter, meaning provin-
cial boss — for the provinces
of Salzburg and Oberoster-
reich, or Upper Austria.
Mr. Reinthaler was
reputedly one of the most
important neo-Nazi organi-
zers in the former East Ger-
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him in his Salzburg apart-
ment with a large collection
of incriminating neo-Nazi
material.
A close associate was ar-
rested shortly afterward
with neo- Nazi propaganda
material and a list of mili-
tant extremists and their
specific functions.
One of Mr. Reinthaler's
closest cronies is the self-
styled "Nazi fuhrer," Gott-
fried Kussel, arrested
earlier. Police said they had
been "after him for years."
He was nabbed after
boasting of his Nazism and
making statements denying
the Holocaust on American
television.
Two days ago, another 15
men were detained on suspi-
cion of neo-Nazi activities.
Austrian legislators are
expected to act in about 10
days on the proposed legisla-
tion. But Jewish leaders
have already voiced strong
reservations about some
contemplated changes.
Paul Grosz, president of
the Jewish community, said,
"We are very restrained in
our approval of this new
amendment, because we feel
it contains quite a few
loopholes."
Mr. Grosz was referring to
draft legislation that forbids
denial of the Holocaust or
the existence of gas
chambers "in public."
The term "in public" is
much to broad, he said. It
could be open to all manner
of interpretation.

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