Polish Student Sentenced to Seven Months for Anti-jewish Remark
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Polish Student Sentenced to Seven Months for Anti-jewish Remark

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A 26-year-old Polish student at a polytechnic institute, Julian Dominiak, was sentenced to seven months’ imprisonment for telling a Jew “Hitler had done well by murdering the Jews,” according to a Warsaw dispatch received here today.

A Polish District Court at Zombkowitz found the man guilty, after several other Poles testified they had heard him glorifying the Nazi regime and making anti-Semitic remarks, the dispatch reported. Dominiak told the court he was drunk when he uttered the anti-Semitic remarks, and had already apologized to the Jew he had insulted.

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