Final Word from Friday, October 1, 2004





When ODS Chair Mirek Topolánek told LN in Aug. that the CR is controlled by a handful of businesspeople, he refused to give any names. He said he wanted to "continue to live in the CR." Later, he said he was just joking. He wasn't joking this week, though, when he accused unnamed politicians of having his phones tapped. His claim got reinforcement today from Zdeněk Šarapatka, who was fired this week as Premier Stanislav Gross's right-hand man. Speaking in HN, Šarapatka said not only that Gross was aware of illegal wiretaps on his own phone, but also that lobbyists and other people around Gross are capable of much worse. "It might not be far from a wiretap to other practices," he said, "and I like life." He refused to say whom he fears. Šarapatka is a disgruntled ex-employee, but his is the most serious accusation yet against Gross and his clan.

PDF Archive

«October 2004»
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31 

Choose the year

Contact

Tel: 420 224 221 580
E-mail: info@fleet.cz

Published by

E.S. Best s.r.o.
Ovenecká 78/33
170 00 Prague 7
Czech Republic

Subscribe

Unsubscribe


FS Final Word
close