The eighth and last defendant in the Bensonhurst racial attack that left a 16-year-old black youth dead was sentenced Tuesday to a fine, three years' probation and 200 hours of community service.

Justice Thaddeus Owens of state Supreme Court, Brooklyn, said evidence against Pasquale Raucci, 21, was not sufficient to sentence him on charges of menacing and unlawful imprisonment, for which he could have received four to 12 years in prison.Raucci had been charged with being part of a gang of approximately 30 white youths who attacked four black youths when they arrived in the mostly white Bensonhurst neighborhood in Brooklyn Aug. 23, 1989, to look at a used car.