Ivan Lexa, the former secret service boss charged with ordering the murder of a police informant in 1996, has said the case is “ruining his life”, and has asked why police couldn’t have waited until after Christmas to lay charges, said investigator Július Šáray.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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10. Dec 2002 at 13:47