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August 8, 1988
Three masked robbers ransacked the Warsaw home of French television correspondent Bernard Marguerite and seriously injured his 84-year-old father-in-law, a source close to the family said. The assault took place while Marguerite and his wife were away, the source said. Their son, Eric, was threatened with a knife by the assailants, who fled when the parents returned home. Marguerite's Polish father-in-law was reported beaten and his face cut with a knife.
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July 17, 1996 | From Associated Press
Andrew Golota, disqualified last week against Riddick Bowe in a bout that ended in a riot, fled Poland six years ago on charges of assault and robbery. The Polish heavyweight, according to Polish media reports, is still wanted to stand trial and could face a minimum of five years in prison if convicted. Details of the charges are not clear. However, Golota could get an assist from Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski, who was sports minister in the country's last communist government.
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July 17, 1996 | From Associated Press
Andrew Golota, disqualified last week against Riddick Bowe in a bout that ended in a riot, fled Poland six years ago on charges of assault and robbery. The Polish heavyweight, according to Polish media reports, is still wanted to stand trial and could face a minimum of five years in prison if convicted. Details of the charges are not clear. However, Golota could get an assist from Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski, who was sports minister in the country's last communist government.
NEWS
August 8, 1988
Three masked robbers ransacked the Warsaw home of French television correspondent Bernard Marguerite and seriously injured his 84-year-old father-in-law, a source close to the family said. The assault took place while Marguerite and his wife were away, the source said. Their son, Eric, was threatened with a knife by the assailants, who fled when the parents returned home. Marguerite's Polish father-in-law was reported beaten and his face cut with a knife.
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