Lawyer: There is enough evidence to keep the suspects behind bars

Lawyer of the Kuciak family Daniel Lipšic says that publishing the identikit was just part of the tactic the investigators applied.

Daniel LipsicDaniel Lipsic (Source: Sme)

How do you view the detention of the potential culprits in the Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová murder case?

Daniel Lipšic: Obviously, I evaluate it positively. Investigators and prosecutors wanted to carry out this part of the investigation only after obtaining an adequate amount of information.

So I am stressing that it is still just a part of the investigation. Another part, concerning those who ordered the murder, has not been wrapped up yet. Today’s events might, however, help the investigators move forward and towards those who ordered it.

The first news reports suggest that the police have detained eight people. Did you expect it to be such a large group?

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