Budapest (May. 27)
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
Prince Ludwig Windisch-Graetz and Chief of Police, Emeric Nadossy, leaders in the anti-Semitic movement in Hungary, were sentenced to four years imprisonment at hard labor and were fined 10,000 gold crowns. Their civil rights were suspended for three years.
The rest of those found guilty in the counterfeiting plot received lighter sentences.