The organized crime unit of the Czech police has charged six people with corruption, including four members of the judiciary, Prague’s supreme attorney Lenka Bradáčová said on Saturday. Among those facing the charges of bribery, fraud, blackmail, and abuse of authority, is a judge of a Prague district court, a state prosecutor, an attorney and a junior attorney who are suspected of colluding to influence court verdicts, Ms Bradáčová said. Five of the accused have be released, one remains in police custody.
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