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Topic - Adam Wiercinski
A deliveryman for New York's Manhattan restaurant Mangia 57 has won a $900,000 jury verdict for the anti-Semitic harassment he endured while working at the establishment.
"I had to explain to the members of the jury, what is Zyklon B," he said. "Because they were very young; they do not know. When I explain how it was used in the gas chambers, they were very serious. Everybody [in the courtroom] was silent."
"Everybody laughed, and then he said, 'See? this is your Zyklon B, you stupid Jew.'