Kuciak murder trial: Mental health professionals on Zsuzsová

Only Tomáš Szabó was present at the court on the eighth trial day.

Tomáš SzabóTomáš Szabó (Source: Sme)

The mental condition of Alena Zsuzsová, who is charged with having ordered the murder of Ján Kuciak and Martina Kušnírová, was not disclosed to the public.

The media were sent away when psychologists and psychiatrists testified about her health on the eighth day of the murder trial on February 4, 2020.

Judge Ružena Sabová, who chairs the senate dealing with the case, also forbid the media to shoot videos or take pictures during the breaks at the court. She said she considered the online reporting from the court illegal, but did not state whether she forbids the media to continue in online reporting.

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