Now The Shit Hits The Fan Bigtime !

Gerät jetzt auch Robert Schmid unter massiven Korruptionsverdacht ?

Robert Schmid’s Richter am District Court Bratislava I, Vladimir Sklenka, wurde im März 2020 durch NAKA der Korruption, Bestechung und Amtsmissbrauch beschuldigt und begann danach zu „singen“, um ein mildes Urteil zu bekommen.

Richter Sklenka hatte im November 2017 in der Causa Eurotalc vs Rozmin entschieden, EuroGas GmbH’s 33% Anteil an Rozmin und Rozmin’s erhebliche Cash Assets illegal an Eurotalc zu verschieben.

Endlich kommt jetzt Licht in den dubiosen Diebstahl der 33% Rozmin-Beteiligung durch Robert Schmid‘s SIH und Eurotalc.

Slowakische Korruptions-Polizei NAKA verhaftet heute weitere korrupte Richter und Oligarchen

Storm transforms into Gale. More judges and an influential businessman detained

The police raid related to corruption in Bratislava courts.

The raid against corruption in courts continues.

The police have detained influential businessman Zoroslav Kollár, who appeared on the so-called mafia lists, and several judges on the morning of October 28, as part of Operation Víchrica (Gale). These include former vice president of the Supreme Court Jarmila Urbancová, Supreme Court Judge Jozef Kolcon, and Judge Katarína Bartalská, the Sme daily reported.

They have been transported to Nitra, where the National Criminal Agency (NAKA) is headquartered.

Apart from them, former state secretary of the Justice Ministry, Monika Jankovská, and Judge Richard Molnár have been transported there, Sme wrote.

Jankovská was detained earlier this year during Operation Búrka (Storm). She was transported to the Special Prosecutor’s Office on October 27, and spent several hours there. She is allegedly ready to start talking, according to Sme.

Who is Zoroslav Kollár?

Zoroslav Kollár was mentioned in the Threema communication between mobster Marian Kočner and Judge Vladimír Sklenka, who is collaborating with the police. The entrepreneur is said to be behind several court cases and buying verdicts.

Sklenka confirmed these claims after he started cooperating with the police before Operation Búrka.

Back in August, Kollár said in an interview with Sme that Sklenka was making up his claims.

Jankovská allegedly negotiating conditions

The media outlets reported that Jankovská started negotiating the conditions under which she would start talking. She has met with NAKA head Branislav Zurian several times, even taken to the Special Prosecutor’s Office in Pezinok on October 27, upon her own request, Sme reported.

It is not clear what Jankovská was talking about with the prosecutor.

There are three ways the cooperation would benefit the former state secretary, according to Sme.

First is a plea bargain, which would reduce the potential sentence by one-third. Second is the status of a cooperating defendant. In this case, she would have to meet certain conditions for several years. The last, least probable option is the end of criminal prosecution. However, in such a case Jankovská would have to provide very serious and extensive information about breaching the law, Sme reported.