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Dymowski, Polish Boycott Leader, Arrested on Loss of Parliamentary Immunity

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Tadeusz Dymowski, leader of the anti-Semitic boycott organization, Rozwoj and formerly a member of the Polish Sejm, was arrested and placed in solitary confinement in the Warsaw prison by an order of the district attorney yesterday.

Criminal charges of fraud were pending against Dymowski in connection with the operations of his boycott organization. The prosecution could not proceed, however, because of his immunity as member of parliament, Following the dissolution of the Sejm, a warrant was issued for his arrest. Among the charges proffered against him are also items pertaining to swindling Jewish merchants.

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