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Judge Tomasz Szmydt fled to Belarus. Piotr Kaleta and Dariusz Joński comment

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The MPs talked in “Kropka nad i” about the case of judge Tomasz Szmydt, who fled to Belarus and applied for asylum. – These are matters that need to be clarified thoroughly. We will submit a request for an extraordinary meeting of the parliamentary committee for secret services, said PiS MP Piotr Kaleta. KO MP Dariusz Joński said that “we are undoubtedly dealing with a traitor and a spy.”

On Monday, the state news agency BiełTA published a report from a press conference during which Tomasz Szmydt, a judge at the Provincial Administrative Court in Warsaw, involved in the hate scandal, announced that he had asked the Belarusian authorities for asylum.

The Internal Security Agency initiated inspection activities to verify the scope of classified information to which Szmydt had access as a judge of the Provincial Administrative Court in connection with his function and the cases he conducted. The National Prosecutor's Office conducts investigations into espionage.

READ ALSO: What fate awaits Szmydt in Belarus?

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Kaleta: this needs to be explained thoroughly

Szmydt's case was discussed by the guests of Monday's “Kropka nad i” on TVN24: Piotr Kaleta from Law and Justice and Dariusz Joński from the Civic Coalition.

– Bully, what can I say? If a person goes against his homeland, there is no other word: he's a nasty person, said Kaleta.

He emphasized that “these are matters that need to be clarified thoroughly.” – Law and Justice will submit a request for an extraordinary meeting of the secret services committee at the next session of the Sejm – announced the MP.

As he said, “you need to have a full picture of whether Szmydt worked here alone or maybe it is some kind of spy network that needs to be dismantled.”

Kaleta: Szmydt's case needs to be thoroughly explainedTVN24

“The Traitor and the Spy”

MP Joński stated that “we are undoubtedly dealing with a traitor and a spy.”

– Where did this come from? Maybe we need to go back a few years. I remember perfectly the exploits of Macierewicz and Misiewicz. Macierewicz gave a gold medal to Misiewicz, among other things, for destroying counterintelligence. He was throwing out experienced, educated professionals. Before Macierewicz said goodbye to the position of Minister of National Defense, he had done a lot more – pointed out Joński.

He said that “it doesn't come out of nowhere.” – Especially since Łukasz Piebiak said on the radio this morning that this may not be a single case – added the MP.

Main photo source: TVN24

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