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Thirty-two Nazi youths arrested in connection with the boycott propaganda against the Jews which has assumed the character of terrorization were released today.

The released Nazis were found not guilty of responsibility for the tear gas bombs which have been thrown into Jewish department stores, causing their closing.

The “Arbeiter Zeitung” today accuses the police of assisting the Nazi campaign against the Jews. This is denied by the police department praesidium which announces the impending arrest of those responsible for the tear gas bombings.

The Merchants Unions join in the accusation against the authorities declaring that they tolerate the Nazi boycott propaganda. The public prosecutor, it is pointed out, declined for days to confiscate the boycott leaflets.

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