Attorney Michal Serbin, who until recently was overseeing the investigation of alleged crimes of former Slovak Information Service chief Ivan Lexa, is at a psychiatric clinic, daily SME reported.
The paper said Serbin, who underwent psychiatric treatment in the 1980s, is now being treated at Bratislava's Ruzinov Hospital.
Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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14. Mar 2003 at 11:57