UK: Man jailed for giving Nazi solute to Jewish teenager

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September 30, 2011 20:57

 
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A 49-year-old resident of the UK was detained and tried in court after making a Nazi salute and singing the words Auschwitz and Birkenau to a Jewish teenager at a hospital in Wrexham, the Daily Telegraph reported Friday.

Police discovered a Nazi flag draped on the banister and a swastika badge in Zbinigw Lebek's apartment in the city.

"This is a case which exemplifies all that is decent in our society and all that is rotten in our society," the Telegraph quoted Judge Niclas Parry as saying.

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