Polish judge Schmidt worked with secret documents 23:28

Polish judge Tomasz Schmidt, who moved to Belarus, said he was interested in documents classified as “top secret”, indicating that they related to high-ranking officials, the military and also the intelligence services. This was reported by TASS.

“Read the Polish press. There they write that I am already deprived of everything: the immunity of the judge, the presumption of innocence. There is a warrant to arrest me, but there is no evidence of my guilt,” Schmidt said.

According to him, an arrest warrant was issued after he was deprived of immunity from prosecution.

At the beginning of May, it became known that a judge in Warsaw had fled to Belarus during his vacation. asked He requested political asylum and accused the Polish authorities of persecution and threats. Schmidt argued that the republic’s authorities were “plunging the country into war.” From now on, judge in Poland lay offdeprived of professional immunity, filed a criminal case for espionage and requested arrestBelarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said he had instructed the republic’s security forces to ensure the security of the former judge.

Previously reportedHe said that Polish authorities would deprive Judge Schmidt, who went to Belarus, of immunity.

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Source: Gazeta

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