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Rumanian Court Rejects Appeal of Three War Criminals Convicted of Murdering Jews

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The Rumanian Supreme Court today rejected the appeals of three Rumanian ex-officers convicted of having murdered Jewish civilians during the late war.

The court upheld the sentences laid down by a lower court in Bucharest, which meted out the following punishments: Capt. Nicolae Bulacu, 20 years at hard labor; Capt. Spiridon Luscan, ten years; and, Sgt. Simon C. Paulicu, ten years.

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