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Nov. 10, 1938. Thousands of Jewish businesses, homes and synagogues were ransacked or destroyed in that event, widely seen as a turning point in Nazi Germany's attempts to destroy Jews and their culture. The man who killed Wolfgang Droege a neo Nazi remembered yesterday as the "Michelangelo" of the white supremacist movement went to prison for 10 years yesterday. Keith Deroux, 44, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the April 13, 2005, death. He killed Droege, 55, after he went to his friend's south Scarborough apartment following a drug binge. Deroux's cocaine addiction fuelled "paranoid delusions" that listening Nike Air Jordan Womens Black devices and cameras had been placed in his home, according to an agreed statement of facts read in court yesterday.
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Deroux believed someone was sending him coded messages through his computer and feared people were entering his house through an underground tunnel and funnelling in "noxious gases. "He blamed Droege, his friend and cocaine dealer whose white supremacist views Deroux had openly mocked. Droege was a former Ku Klux Klan organizer and founding member of the Heritage Front, a defunct neo Nazi group that called for racial segregation. "[Deroux] came to believe that the deceased was orchestrating these events as retaliation for being slighted and for his own perverse amusement," Crown attorney Julie Battersby told Mr. Justice David Watt. Deroux fled to Vancouver, but thought Droege hired bikers to watch him, so he mailed a gun to his aunt's house in Toronto and decided to confront him. He set up a meeting with Droege on Nike Air Jordan 12 Deep Royal Blue
y that the Nazis branded as un German or 'degenerate' and removed from show in state museums. "Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels recruited Gurlitt to sell the 'degenerate art' abroad to try to earn cash for the state. Gurlitt bought some for himself and also independently bought art from desperate Jewish dealers forced to sell. "After the war he persuaded the Americans that, as he had a Jewish grandmother, he himself had been persecuted. He continued working as a dealer and died in a traffic accident in 1956. "As Der Spiegel reports, the elder Gurlitt also said his collection had been destroyed in the 1945 firebombing of Dresden. On Tuesday, officials said that Cornelius Gurlitt, 76, first attracted the suspicion of tax investigators in 2010, when a routine check on a train from Zurich to Munich revealed that he was carrying thousands of dollars' worth of cash. An attorney for the heirs of Jewish art collector Alfred Flechtheim says the family will look into the find for possible ties to his estate, reports Der Spiegel. The magazine says that any art transactions that took place after 1933 are susceptible to review as possible Nazi plunder.
News of the discovery is also coming out as Jewish and historical groups prepare to observe the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, a series of coordinated attacks in which tens Air Jordan Bred
the pretext of buying drugs. Deroux who used alcohol, c.
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