Police launch criminal prosecution related to Threema

The Judicial Council will question five judges on October 14.

Monika JankovskáMonika Jankovská (Source: SME)

Last August, the police took the phones of the former secretary of the Justice Ministry Monika Jankovská as well as other judges. They have now launched criminal proceedings involving several crimes.

At the same time, a working group, named Hmla (Fog), has been set up to deal with the case related to the seized phones. No particular person has been charged yet, the police reported on their Facebook profile.

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Jankovská, her sister Andrea Haitová, and another three judges will explain the suspicions concerning their collaboration with controversial businessman Marian Kočner, which arose in the past weeks, to the special commission established by the Judicial Council.

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