Men accused of Kuciak’s murder were charged with another murder

Police published the photos of murder weapon on Facebook.

Miroslav MarčekMiroslav Marček (Source: TASR)
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Tomáš Szabó and Miroslav Marček, who have been accused in the case of murdering investigative reporter Ján Kuciak and his fiancée, Martina Kušnírová, face further charges.

The investigator of the National Anti-Crime Unit of the National Criminal Agency (NAKA) charged them with the first-degree murder of entrepreneur Peter Molnár from Kolárovo (Nitra Region).

The police published the pictures of the discovered murder weapon of their Facebook page.

“The accused men murdered the aggrieved P.M. after a mutual agreement in December 2016, by using a firearm, after they violently invaded his family house with the aim of gaining a property benefit,” the police wrote on the Facebook.

Found gun

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Marček showed the police officers where to search for the murder weapon in Kolárovo. Police subsequently found the German gun in the Little Danube River on April 16, and the barrel in the Váh River.

The experts will show if these are the parts of the gun that also murdered the journalist and his fiancée.

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