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July 1965
Time;7/30/1965, Vol. 86 Issue 5, p34
The article reports that the Turkish government has cancelled the law that requires internal exile for foreigners convicted with minor crimes in Turkey. It states that Army Private Kenneth Baldwin, who has been convicted for selling PX-purchased tape recorder on the black market, has been sentenced with 10 months in Turkish prison, followed by a 21 year stretch of village life in Kusadasi. It notes that Baldwin has been forced to return to his unit in Ankara after the law has been repealed.


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