Agence France-PresseMay 11, 2013 18:18
A Budapest court has handed down prison sentences of two and three years to three men who verbally abused visitors to the World Jewish Congress (WJC) held last weekend in the city, state newswire MTI reported Friday.
The agency said the visitors were victims of an anti-Semitic attack during their stay in the Hungarian capital for the WJC, held from May 5 to 7. The three men were convicted after a fast-track trial.
"The main culprit received a three-year prison sentence, while two more received two-year sentences, both suspended for three years," said MTI.