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Congress Court Finds Revisionists Guilty of Breach of Discipline; Leader Apologizes

December 24, 1946
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The Congress court which has been hearing charges of breach of discipline against 13 American Revisionists today found them guilty on two counts. The defendants were “reprimanded” for having submitted a memorandum to the United Nations on the Palestine issue and “severely reprimanded” for being signatories to an advertisement in a New York newspaper appealing on behalf of several organizational for funds for the extremist groups in Palestine. p/>Meir Grossman, leader of the U.S. Revisionists, was asked to make a public statements before the court expressing regret for both actions. He thanked the court for its fairness and repeated that he was not in the United States when the actions for which his organization was reprimanded occurred. He asked the court to compose the statement which it requested from him, and he would accept it. The court agreed to do so.

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