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Secret service agents accused of plot

TWO secret service (SIS) members and the former head of the Nitra regional police have been accused of attempting to discredit then-opposition politician František Šebej in 1998, the public broadcaster Slovak Television reported.

The SIS members, Roman D. and Štefan H., together with Nitra police chief Dušan M., allegedly planted explosives and drugs in a meeting hall where Šebej, then deputy chair of the Democratic Party, was holding an election rally with citizens.

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