It has emerged that the prime minister had seen photos of his wife, taken by those shadowing her, a few days before the police raid which set the scandal in motion. The lawyer of Jana Nagyova, the prime minister’s chief of staff, who has been romantically linked to her boss, told journalists Nagyova has shown Mr. Nečas the photos in tears, saying that someone had given them to her and that it appeared his wife might be coming under the influence of the religious sect Jehovah’s Witnesses. She allegedly did not inform the prime minister she had commissioned the country’s military intelligence to spy on his wife and two others. The prime minister on Saturday apologized to the three people who had been spied on, saying he deeply regretted the affair and would never have allowed the intelligence services to be abused in this manner.
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