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January 22, 1993 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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Vandals
Go To Jail

Paris (JTA) — Two French
\_skinheads who desecrated a
r Jewish cemetery in the
southeastern city of Lyon
last September were
sentenced to eight months in
jail.
The two soccer fans had
been drinking heavily in a
bar after watching a soccer
match and later broke into
the city's Jewish cemetery
where they broke
gravestones and daubed
them with anti- Semitic
slogans such as "Adolf
/-( Hitler is our father"
The two youths, Gregory
Tomitch, 19, and Nicolas
Mounier, 20, were arrested a
few weeks after the episode
during scuffles with police.
During the trial, the two
skinheads did little to con-
ceal their racist and anti-
Semitic attitudes. They de-
scribed their behavior as
"nationalistic" and
N "chauvinistic" and explain-
ed their actions in the Jew-
ish cemetery as a "simple
joke" meant to "bother peo-
ple."
Mr. Tomitch added that he
was attracted to Hitler's
ideas.
In addition to the eight-
, month sentence, the court
gave them another suspend-
- eight-month sentence and
ordered a three-year proba-
tion period.
The two were also barred
indefinitely from going to
\ soccer matches and will have
/) to pay about $2,000 to each
\ _of four plaintiffs: the Inter-
/Thational League Against
Racism and Anti- Semitism,
the local Jewish community,
the Movement Against
Racism and for Peace, and
the city of Lyon.
Alain Jakubowicz, who
;—represented the plaintiffs
and who is also a close aide
of Lyon's mayor, Michel
Noir, told the court that it
was judging "kids, but not
> kid stuff."
Comparing recent events
with Germany in the 1930s,
Mr. Jakubowicz warned that
"it was the very same
youngsters, in flight jackets
and army boots, who in 1933
threw stones through the
windows of Jewish shops."
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