Kočner boasts of being a “shareholder” in a conspiracy website

At the time, the Hlavné Správy website supported Smer with its reports.

Marian KočnerMarian Kočner (Source: TASR)

Mobster Marian Kočner described himself to Nitra-based businessman Norbert Bödör as a “shareholder” in the popular disinformation website, Hlavné Správy.

This stems from the communication between the two, published by the Postoj website.

The text messages were exchanged shortly after the murders of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová.

“Do you read Hlavné Správy? They have about 90,000 to 100,000 clicks every day and about 700,000 people read them monthly. Interesting medium,” Kočner wrote to Bödör on February 24, 2018, as quoted by Postoj.

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“I read it regularly. Does Krajniak not belong to it?” Bödör replied.

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