No one would expect such a reversal of the case. Three Slovaks in Malta kidnapped and blackmailed their debtor for money. The aggressors are in the cell, but the victim is lost.
Slovakia recently circulated the news that in Malta, police detained three men of Slovak nationality for a particularly serious crime of kidnapping, extortion and injury. Their trial began, but to their great surprise the police cannot find the abducted man, who is apparently hiding.
What is he afraid of?
Maltese portal Malta Today informs that the trial with three Slovaks has reached a dead end. The victim of the crime is missing.
“The prosecutor stated in court that the injured man gave the police the wrong address and hung up the phone when they tried to call him.” writes Malta Today.
Such behavior of the victim of three Slovaks has no explanation yet. The aggressors are in custody and face heavy penalties. However, without the testimony of the injured party in court, it is difficult for the process to proceed smoothly.
During the hearing, at least the police investigators repeated what the three accused and the injured party had told them during their testimony.
At the same time, the portal describes the brutality with which Slovaks treated their victims. The reason was the money he owed one of them and did not want to repay. So they found him at a bar in Mellieha, pulled him out, and loaded him into a car.
“They tied his hands in the car and drove me to I-Ahrax in Mellieha. There they stripped him naked, tied him to a tree and beat him. “ presents the portal.
They then dressed him and took him to a hotel in Sliema, where they again demanded money from him. Unsuccessful, the next day they took him to a notary, where they wanted to write an official acknowledgment of the debt.
“The notary refused to assist them in this and the debtor managed to escape to a nearby cafe. He suffered only minor injuries to his hands and body, “ adds Malta Today.
Three Slovaks Peter T. (49), Anton (47) and Adam (22) are accused of kidnapping, extortion and bodily harm. The process will continue next week.
Source: Dnes24.sk by www.dnes24.sk.
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