Lipšic: 'Fico tape' police investigator wasn't pressured

The female police investigator who dealt with the case of the so-called Fico tape, which allegedly provides evidence of shady financing of the Smer party, has signed an official document in which she states that no pressure was put on her in the case, Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic (Christian Democratic Movement (KDH)) said at a press conference on Thursday. December 9.

The female police investigator who dealt with the case of the so-called Fico tape, which allegedly provides evidence of shady financing of the Smer party, has signed an official document in which she states that no pressure was put on her in the case, Interior Minister Daniel Lipšic (Christian Democratic Movement (KDH)) said at a press conference on Thursday. December 9.

He provided journalists with copies of the official documentation from the female investigator, who identity has not been disclosed, the TASR newswire wrote. General Prosecutor Dobroslav Trnka had earlier suggested that the investigator had been subject to pressure.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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