Former general prosecutor faces charges

Trnka concealed Gorilla recording he obtained from Kočner.

Dobroslav TrnkaDobroslav Trnka (Source: Sme)
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Police launched a prosecution of former general prosecutor Dobroslav Trnka for misusing the authorities of a public official, the Sme daily reported.

Police wrote on Facebook that Trnka is being charged for his conduct between 2007 and 2014. As a public official he did not fulfil his duty and after accepting the Gorilla sound recording he did not pass it on to law enforcement authorities.

Police add that the recording generates suspicions that Marian Kočner committed several crimes and Trnka acted like that because he wanted benefits for him and Kočner and other people.

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