2012. december 28., péntek

Ernő Mesterházy Claims Criminal Conduct by the Investigation Authority

Ernő Mesterházy Claims Criminal Conduct by the Investigation Authority

Ernő Mesterházy, one of the main suspects in the high-profile BKV case and the former senior advisor to Gábor Demszky, said in his written statement during Thursday’s hearing that the investigation authority had committed crimes during a previous hearing.
The hearing, which had occurred on February 26th, 2010, had lasted 11 hours and resulted in a meager 2-page summary, according to official records. Mesterházy implied in his written statement that the official summary did not include all of the events which transpired during the lengthy hearing.
He elaborated when he accused the investigation authorities of humiliating him and dishonoring his character by attempting to make him incriminate Miklós Hagyó, another main suspect who served as the Deputy Mayor of Budapest under the former Mayor Gábor Demszky. By doing so, Mesterházy would have been excused from his pre-trial detention sentence.
Mesterházy concluded his statement by suggesting that the accusations against him and Miklós Hagyó are politically motived when he said, “I don’t know who is behind all of this, but it will unravel.”
After reading Mesterházy’s written statement to the court, the judge reminded him of the dangers in making false accusations.

Source: http://thehagyocase.wordpress.com/2012/09/20/erno-mesterhazy-claims-criminal-conduct-by-the-investigation-authority/

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