Polish store workers indicted for anti-Semitic merchandise

WARSAW, Poland - An indictment was filed against a store in Poland for selling anti-Semitic accessories for soccer fans.
The Lodz District Attorney's Office filed the indictment Friday with the district court in that city.The store is accused of selling accessories such as scarves, T-shirts, lighters and shorts with slogans promoting racial hatred, which is illegal in Poland.
Police on a search of the store uncovered merchandise containing anti-Semitic slogans. One scarf read "Sidelock hunters." Stickers read "Anti Jude" and "The Land of Widzew. Jews not allowed." Widzew is a professional Polish soccer club based in Lodz.
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