The accused head of the Szabó Inspection Service Office is not in custody – Domestic – News

The accused director of the Office of the Inspection Service, Adrián Szabó, will not be prosecuted in custody.

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Adrián Szabó, Director of the Office of the Inspection Service of the Ministry of the Interior, pictured in April 2019.

The judge decided on Saturday for the preparatory proceedings of the Specialized Criminal Court (ŠTS) in Pezinok due to the absence of formal reasons for the accused’s detention. The decision is not valid, the prosecutor has filed a complaint against it, which will be decided by the Supreme Court. Court spokeswoman Katarína Kudjáková informed about it.

Adrián Szabó, former director of the national financial police unit of the National Criminal Agency (NAKA), Bernard Slobodník, and former NAKA official Marián Kučerka are being prosecuted for the crime of abuse of power by a public official and corruption. This was confirmed by Dalibor Skladan, a spokesman for the General Prosecutor’s Office.

NAKA detained Adrián Szabó on Thursday (June 3). In total, she accused three people. Corrupt crime was to consist “in the receipt of consumer electronics and cash, at least in the amount of 20 thousand euros”.

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The director of the inspection was one of the participants in a recent secret meeting of high-ranking politicians in the Slovak Information Service. Interior Minister Roman Mikulec (OĽaNO) said on Thursday that if the special prosecutor confirmed the information, which would be of a serious nature, he would submit a proposal to the government to dismiss Adrián Szabó.


Source: Pravda.sk – Správy by spravy.pravda.sk.

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