The investigator of the Interior Ministry’s inspection service has brought charges against Pavol Vorobjov, a former head of the financial police’s intelligence unit who has surveilled several journalists, including the murdered Ján Kuciak.
Vorobjov has been accused of abusing the powers of a public official and of the unauthorised use of personal data, the TASR newswire reported.
All three men released
Vorobjov was detained during a police operation on September 26, together with incumbent Deputy Head of the National Criminal Agency’s (NAKA) Financial Unit Milan Mihálik and police officer Michal Zubčák.
30. Sep 2019 at 13:08 | Compiled by Spectator staff