RTL Híradó recorded the sequences.
The Híradó staff recorded with a hidden camera what happened at the train station in Szombathely after 8 o’clock on Thursday morning, rtl.hu reports. Based on these, the white minibus of the penitentiary arrived, first the employees of the BVOP, then five other men got out, with bags, backpacks and papers in their hands. However, after a short conversation, they parted ways.
The five men first lit a cigarette, then four of them went to the railway waiting room, then they dispersed, two of them went to the city. The Híradó knows that they are all human traffickers, who are so-called according to a recently adopted government decree
they are placed in reintegration custody, that is, they are essentially released.
The minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s Office justified the decision at last week’s government briefing by saying that the prisons are overcrowded, and because of this “they are trying to extract more money from the Hungarian state” in Strasbourg.
Híradó contacted the Ministry of the Interior, where they did not deny that the men released in Szombathely were human traffickers.
Regarding the recordings, the mayor of the city, András Nemény, said that Szombathely is one of the safest cities in Hungary, and they would like it to stay that way.
Source: Propeller – Saját anyagok by propeller.hu.
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