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Who are the people charged with the Kuciak murder?

Tomáš Sz., the suspected hitman.Tomáš Sz., the suspected hitman. (Source: SITA)

All four people facing charges for the murder of Ján Kuciak and his fiancée Martina Kušnírová come from the vicinity of the southern Slovak town of Komárno.

The prosecutors claim that Alena Zsuszová ordered the murder, while Zoltán Andruskó acted as the go-between, Tomáš Szabó killed the couple, and his cousin Miroslav Marček was his driver.

The murder cost €70,000, with €20,000 of that being a debt that Andruskó had towards Zsuzsová.

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