CBA accused of Stalinist tactics
12th January 2013
A judge has caused a huge media and political storm with comments that interrogation methods used by law enforcement agencies including the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) in a high profile case were reminiscent of those used during the times of Joseph Stalin.
Judge Igor Tuleya’s comments have strongly divided political opinion
The comments came as the judge, Igor Tuleya, sentenced Miroslaw G., a cardiologist convicted of accepting bribes, to a suspended one-year prison term. The case finally reached a verdict this week nearly six years after it hit the headlines when the accused was found guilty of 19 charges of accepting bribes totalling over PLN 17,000 (see page 3).
Judge Tuleya raised questions over the methods used by investigators when questionin ...
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