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Lists of mafia members published on Internet

LISTS of alleged members of the mafia leaked from police sources have been made public on the Internet.

The daily SME reported that the lists were sent to them anonymously by post, and some politicians and media organizations received the lists prior to their being published on the Internet.

The webpage www1.freehostingguru.com/barney/ showed the scanned lists.

The daily tried to identify who put the lists on the Internet, but the domain owner, a Canadian company, refused to release any information.

Two persons named on the lists confirmed to the daily that they are authentic.

The case will be investigated by the Military Attorney's Office.

Compiled by Marta Ďurianová from press reports
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