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Arrest warrant issued for Polish communist-era judge

November 8th, 2018

Poland's Military Garrison Court has issued a European Arrest Warrant for Stefan Michnik, a former Military District Court judge suspected of issuing unlawful death sentences against soldiers of the Polish underground, the Institute of National Remembrance said. The announcement of the arrest warrant was made by the Minister of Justice and Prosecutor General Zbigniew Ziobro and the head of the Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation and Deputy Prosecutor General Andrzej Pozorski. Stefan Michnik, a former communist-era judge, is suspected of committing 30 crimes in the 1950s in Warsaw. He is accused of issuing very strict and unjust rulings including death sentences, and are considered as crimes against humanity.


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