BUENOS AIRES (Jun. 19)
Several members of Tacuara, the neo-Nazi anti-Semitic organization, were sentenced yesterday to prison terms of from nine to 14 years in the slaying of a local Jew, Raul Alterman, two years ago.
The 14-year sentence was imposed by Judge Martin Soto on Wenceslao Benitez Araujo, 20, the principal accomplice in the shooting of the Jewish victim. Fernando Vicario, the Tacuara member who fired the fatal shots, has still not been captured. Other sentences were 11 years for Luis Angel Barbieri, 29, a taxi chauffeur, and nine years for Alberto Miguel Mansilla, 18, a Uruguayan student.