| (a police officer named Kalinowski who tracked down Jews in hiding was executed near Biłgoraj). In Zwierzyniec, the Home Army tried and executed Ignacy Kulik and his wife, who accompanied the Germans during a round-up of Jews and pointed out Jewish houses. For a monograph dealing with events in a single county (powiat) in southern Poland, see Adam Kazimierz Musiał, Krwawe upiory: Dzieje powiatu Dąbrowa Tarnowska w okresie okupacji hitlerowskiej (Tarnów: Karat, 1993), 32–69, where the author identifies several Poles executed by the Polish underground (Home Army) in the county of Dąbrowa Tarnowska for denouncing or persecuting Jews. In November 1943, the Home Army executed Józef Suchan, the German-appointed mayor of Staszów, for collaborating in the round-up of Jews and other measures directed against Poles, after he was tried and sentenced by the Undeground State court. In some cases, it was enough for the Polish resistance to issue a stern warning to amateur szmalcowniks in order to “neutralize” them. See Celemenski, Elegy For My People, 149. Wacław Noworol, the ringleader of a vigilante group who captured Jews and denounced Polish rescuers, was sentenced to death by the underground Special Civil Court (Cywilny Sąd Specjalny) in Kraków and executed. See Dagmara Swatłek, “For a Coat, a Suitcase, and an Apple: Crimes Against Jews Hiding in the Villages of Falkowa, Wieniec and Janowice in the Light of Post-War Trial Documents,” Holocaust: Studies and Materials (Warsaw), vol. 2 (2010): 399–419, here at 403–6.