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Reader feedback: Can we trust them?

Re: "Police receive ID cards to identify fascist slogans," By Martina Pisárová, Vol. 8 No. 25, July 1-7

This is a welcome step - but can we trust Slovak police, many of whom have been involved in serious racist attacks emblematic of right wing thugs, to implement this policy?

Certainly in Bratislava, both the Lyra and Kolumbus pubs could be emptied of clientele instantaneously, not to mention most of the regular passengers on the 93 bus from Zochova station.

Ian Cusack

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