Quote of the Week


"All the evidence [against Ivan Lexa] is second hand. Witness statements come from the cemetery, where they cannot be verified."

Ján Cuper, lawyer for former head of the Slovak secret service Ivan Lexa, who is in prison awaiting trial for his alleged involvement in the 1996 murder of Róbert Remiáš, believed to be a co-conspiritor in the kidnapping of President Michal Kováč's son in 1995.


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