Four Pogrom Leaders Sentenced to Prison by Soviet Tribunal

(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Four of the leaders in a pogrom which took place in the town of Egorievsk in October. 19?5, were sentenced to imprisonment by the Soviet Court here.

The outbreak was prepared by the “Black Hundred” organization whose rowdies murdered and looted without hindrance from the police or the authorities. A certain Fed###, condemned to eight years imprisonment was the ###leader, under orders of the notorious “Black Hundred” chief. G###, with whom he was closely ###. His ###.### and Khramof, were sentenced to seven years and Ku### to three all four for confiscation of property.Under pressure of the revolutionary movement in the follwing December and January the ### leaders received mild sentence, but when the revolutionary peril was evercome a month of two later all received a special pardon from the Crar.

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