MUNICH (Jan. 24)
Paul Wiese was sentenced to five years imprisonment here for murdering Felix Fechenbach, a Jew who served as secretary to the Bavarian Prime Minister, Kurt Eisner, in the early 1930’s. Wiese shot Fechenbach in 1933.
Johan Bcehm, formerly secretary of the Gestapo in Nuremberg, was sentenced to three years service in a labor camp for plundering Jewish property during the war, following the deportation of the Jewish community of Nuremberg to the Theresienstadt concentration camp. The sentence was Imposed by a denazification court in Nuremberg.