Kaliňák denies links between Smer and Kočner. Fico talks about a political attack

Politicians react to the published conversation between Kočner and Bödör.

Marian KočnerMarian Kočner (Source: TASR)
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The Denník N daily has published a police report concerning text messages sent by Marian Kočner via the Threema application. Kočner stands accused both in a case involving allegedly forged promissory notes and of ordering the murder of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak.

The report suggests that Kočner and Norbert Bödör, son of the owner of the Bonul security service company, discussed the Slovak Intelligence Service, the prosecutor’s office and assigning specific cases to concrete prosecutors. This is how some politicians have reacted to the information:

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