Igor Guberman, who was sentenced last March to five years imprisonment in a labor camp and had his property confiscated, has been released from the camp and sent to internal exile in Siberia where he will serve a 16-month term, according to the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry and the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews. His exact location is at present unknown. In another development, Simon Shnirmon, 23, who was arrested May 1978, was released from a labor camp Nov. 29 after completing a 21/2 year sentence on charges of draft evasion.
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