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January 13, 2000
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A Polish court convicted a radical Catholic leader of inciting hate against Jews when he rallied hundreds of followers to erect crosses outside Auschwitz. The court in Oswiecim, where the former Nazi death camp is located, fined Kazimierz Switon $98 and gave him a suspended sentence of six months.

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