The district court here returned verdict today on Nute Zigan, Abraham Klein, Efroim Zelswetstschin, and Abraham London who were held on the charge of trying to induce a soldier of the Polish army to deliver to them information and documents in favor of a neighboring power. The soldier, Einhorn, reported the matter to the authorities. London was sentenced to five years and Zigan to three. The others were acquitted.
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