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VIDEO: People commemorate the anniversary of Milan Lučanský’s death at the Martin cemetery.

When he allegedly left Brussels a few weeks ago, together with Adam Lučanský, the son of the general, who is his assistant in the European Parliament, they did not at all assume that something similar would be organized.

“It wasn’t until later that I learned that a bigger event was going to take place here. I was afraid of only one thing – that someone would want to misuse it for political gain in some way. I would probably turn around and leave. Fortunately, it didn’t happen, “he said.

People came to pay tribute to General Milan ...

Although a year has passed since the death of the former police president, the investigation is not closed. Lučanský died as a result of serious injuries, it is assumed that he reached life alone in the Prešov detention cell. Radačovský responded to the planned reconstruction of Lučanský’s death that this was a legal procedure determined by the investigator under the supervision of the prosecutor’s office. He himself is said to expect some new evidence and findings from this.

“But I’m a pragmatist, I take it professionally. I do not provide information from the file and I try to adhere to it strictly, “he continued, adding that he personally made several proposals for the taking of evidence. “It may seem to some that the investigation is taking a long time, but it is intensive,” he concluded.

Retired General Ivan Ševčík also addressed the people at the reverential event. He told Pravda that Lučanský was not only his colleague but also a good friend. “We’ve known each other for almost twenty-five years. So coming here was also my moral duty. I am glad that people did the same and came to honor his memory, “remarked Ševčík. He added that they plan to meet there in this way every year.

Lučanský’s natives from Štrba also came, and one of them greeted everyone at the grave. “Milan has never forgotten where his roots are, and we appreciated it immensely. Tatranec was body and soul. He stayed like that until his death and we will remember him like that, “he said. In the end, he invited everyone to come in the summer at the glory of sovereignty, which has been set on fire in Lučanský’s honor since this year.

VIDEO: A memory of Milan Lučanský.

Eye injuries

The Lučanský police detained Judas as part of the action and the Specialized Criminal Court sent him into collusive detention. Later doubts about the circumstances of his death started at the beginning of December. Even then, information spread to the public that he had attempted suicide and had to undergo a demanding operation at a military hospital in Ružomberok. However, the respondents concluded this incident, saying that they only struck a face during the exercise, and this conclusion was allegedly confirmed by a special four-member commission set up by the Minister of Justice Mária Kolíková (For a Fair Slovakia, nom. SaS).

“There was no evidence of a suicide attempt. The event, as we have thoroughly investigated, does not indicate any such event. I don’t know what more we could do, “Kolíková assured on December 13. “We rule out all conclusions and suspicions from attempted suicide or self-harm,” stressed the General Director of the Prison and Judicial Guard Corps (ZVJS) Milan Ivan. “The psychological and psychiatric examinations carried out clearly did not show any signs of suicidal tendencies, on the contrary,” he claimed.

She called the misspelling of the suicide attempt, as well as other conjectures about injuries, misinformation. “We can only work with the story that Mr. Lučanský told us,” Kolíková admitted at the same time. “I can rule out the possibility that he had an eye outside the eye socket,” she said, adding that the leaked medical report, which was then confirmed by Defense Minister Jaroslav Naď (OĽANO), showed that the blood clot caused by the accident pushed the eye so hard that it moved. In addition, Kolíková concealed that after the operation, the handcuffed Lučanský had hit his head while sitting in a hospital wheelchair and had to undergo an additional CT examination.

Due to persistent doubts about the nature of Lučanský’s injury, the General Prosecutor’s Office also initiated its own inspection. She also ruled out attempted suicide or fault by another person. “On the basis of a thorough examination, the supervising prosecutors came to a fairly clear conclusion that no regulations had been violated during the detention. I would like to make a point behind the case that was the subject of the case, “said Attorney General Maroš Žilinka, who was appointed only on December 10, at a press briefing on December 29.

VIDEO: People at the grave of Milan Lučanský.

Miracles and death

It turned out to be very unfortunate when, just a few hours later, information about another, much more serious incident leaked to the public. Despite the fact that she had previously been convinced of the absence of any suicidal tendencies, Kolíková announced on December 29 at an extraordinary briefing that Lučanský had finally reached for his life. ZVJS director Milan Ivan responded by resigning.

Kolíková explained that Lučanský was found in the cell shortly after half past four when he did not take over dinner. They immediately gave him first aid and tried to revive him. Mouth-to-mouth breathing first, then a defibrillator. The summoned rescuers were supposed to revive him and took him to the Prešov hospital, where he died in a coma the next day at around 4 p.m. “There was a sad event that we could not prevent, and we spent all possible means on it,” said Kolíková.

Despite the fact that she herself initiated the establishment of a special commission to investigate the circumstances of Lučanský’s death, she decided in advance that suicide had taken place and that no one in the church had made a mistake. At that time, however, Kolíková could no longer prevent the public from distrusting the information presented to her. Moreover, at a time when the pandemic and forced mandatory testing were growing, the overall unreliability of the current government was growing in society.

The credibility of official information about the death did not contribute to the various previous statements of coalition politicians, who did not bother with the presumption of innocence and indirectly blamed Lučanský for guilt. Interior Minister Roman Mikulec therefore refused to have a black flag hoisted on the Presidium of the Police Force.

“The police accused Lučanský, the new president of the new Smer, who was the favorite of Petr Pellegrini and Denisa Sakova. Milan Lučanský played a game for a new era with the new Direction, “wrote Deputy Prime Minister Veronika Remišová (For People), who also published her well-known memory game with a crossed-out photo of Lučanský.

On the day of Lučanský’s accusation, the then Prime Minister Igor Matovič (OĽaNO) wrote on a social network about a miracle that must be enjoyed. “Miracles of waiting” and it was enough to fulfill the pre-election promise – to untie the hands of an honest police officer and prosecutor. Enjoy! ”He urged the citizens. After Lučanský’s suicide, there was speculation that he was trying to escape justice, shame or confiscation of illegally acquired property.

When Lučanský left the police last summer, he spoke of politicization, especially in connection with efforts to set new rules for the selection of the head of the police.

“We consider Mr. Lučanský’s decision to be the beginning of the cleansing of the Police Force and the end of the protection of the so-called our people, “said Michal Šipoš, chairman of the OĽaNO parliamentary group, at the end of June, when Lučanský announced his resignation as police president.

Political scientist Juraj Marušiak therefore described the high politicization of the cleansing of society as a reason to question this cleansing. “The case of Milan Lučanský is a consequence of the practice of arresting people associated with the former government in the presence of journalists and actively commenting on the investigation of the former government’s cases by representatives of the current government,” Marušiak reminded at the time. “Instead of restoring citizens’ confidence in the rule of law, such politicization will lead more and more people to think that the police, the prosecutor’s office and the prison serve the government, not law and the law,” he added.

Accusation of “Judaism”

Milan Lučanský was detained by the police on December 3, when he returned from vacation in Croatia for questioning. The day before, he had been accused of corruption in an event called Judas. On December 2, the police also prosecuted Jozef Rehák, the former head of the Office of Special Police Activities, Daniel Čech, former vice president of the Financial Administration, Ladislav Vičan, a Bratislava policeman, Boris Beňa, SIS ex-executive officer, Petr Gašparovič, former SIS counterintelligence officer and former NA Curl.

The investigator accused them of accepting bribes, endangering a confidential and reserved fact, extortion and Rehák also of supporting a criminal group of titmouse. Already on Saturday, December 5, the judge decided to take the first two defendants into custody, and on Sunday, December 6, she added the other five to them.

According to the accusation, Lučanský became part of a carefully built structure of police officers, prosecutors, judges and members of other state bodies, for whom money came first. For a long time, they were to build a circle of “their” people, backgrounds, positions and contacts in their functions, thus keeping one big corrupt tree alive.

The court resolution on detention also describes the way in which Lučanský was supposed to get involved in corrupt relations. After he was appointed police president on June 1, 2018, he allegedly complained to his former deputy director of the Office of Special Police Activities, Norbert Paksi, in his presidential office about the “business” of the now deceased SIS ex-officer František Böhm.

“He said that everyone around him was doing ‘business’ and then he wanted him to pull each of the shit and he got nothing out of it,” said a resolution of the Specialized Criminal Court of 6 December 2020, in which Judge Pamela Záleská decided to take seven accused of Judas in custody.

After Paksi’s referral, Böhm subsequently, according to the accusation, decided that Lučanský should be paid a monthly lump sum. From August 2018 to the end of 2019, Paksi was to receive 45,000 euros on a regular basis, of which Paksi kept 14,000 himself and handed over a thousand euros to his superior Rehák. The remaining 30,000 euros were to remain with Lučanský in retaliation for providing information from the police environment. According to Lučanský, at least 510 thousand euros were to be paid in this way.

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