Ronald Adams, the chief executive officer of the Tatra truck company, who was recently arrested on suspicion of bribery has filed a complaint against the charges brought against him. Mr. Adams, who was later released on a court order is charged with offering a bribe to win army contracts. The main witness against him is reportedly Martin Barták, a former defense minister who himself is accused of corruption in a case in which Mr. Adams is a witness. Lawyers representing the Tatra truck company boss say the charges against him are an attempt to discredit him and claim that his detention was in violation of the law.
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