Several members of the judiciary are under investigation by the organized crime unit of the Czech police, according to a report by Czech TV. The broadcaster said that among those investigated was Prague district judge, Ondřej Havlín. The police reportedly interrogated some people on Thursday, and are now searching “public offices” for evidence. Prague’s supreme attorney Lenka Bradáčová said more details of the case would be released over the weekend.
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