Upholds Verdict in Borscha Incendiarism Case

The Court of Appeal of Clausenberg yesterday upheld the verdict of the lower court vindicating the defendants in the Borscha case, which in 1930 caused a furor.

Anti-Semitic incendiaries set fire to the Jewish quarter of the town in July, 1930.

The lower court vindicated all the defendants, ordering only Constantin Danila, anti-Semitic leader, to pay a fine of 5,000 lei.

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