Spectator on facebook

Spectator on facebook

Man suspected in Malinová attack testifies

Robert B., who was accused of being one of the young men who attacked ethnic Hungarian student Hedviga Malinová last August, testified at the Prosecutor General’s Office on October 22, the Pravda daily wrote on October 23.

The TA3 TV station reported that his mother provided him alibi for the time when Malinová was attacked. She claimed that her son was sleeping at home at that time.

Malinová's laweyer, Roman Kvasnica said that after the incident happened in 2006, nobody officially interrogated the young man and asked for his alibi.

The police do not want to take any stance towards the case until the interrogation is over.


Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

Top stories

She faced Russian tanks in 1968. Today, she protests again Photo

There are no tanks pointing at us today, says Mária Homolková, who joined protests in SNP Square once again in March 2018 to secure a better life for her grandchildren.

Kiska appoints Pellegrini cabinet

The president approved the new government, despite some reservations. The new PM promises to investigate the murder of the journalist and his fiancée.

Peter Pellegrini's government

Organisers cancelled the Bratislava protest

But they are ready to monitor the steps of the new government closely and return to streets when necessary.

Andrej Kiska met with the representatives of the For a Decent Slovakia initiative.

There is still work to be done

2018 is not a re-run of 1989, but there is a connection.

Bratislava, March 16