The District Prosecutor’s Office in Suwałki will examine the material evidence secured by the Border Guard in connection with the illegal crossing of the Polish-Belarusian border, the National Prosecutor’s Office reported. The examination of the evidence in one proceeding was ordered by the deputy prosecutor general, Krzysztof Sierak.
This decision was announced by the press spokesman of the National Prosecutor’s Office, Łukasz Łapczyński. – As part of the ongoing coordination of proceedings related to the illegal crossing of the Polish-Belarusian border, taking into account the nature of the matters related to the sphere of state security, Deputy Prosecutor General Krzysztof Sierak ordered that all material evidence secured by Border Guard officers should be examined in one proceeding. The case will be dealt with by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Suwałki, the prosecutor said.
Controversial conference of ministers
On Monday at the joint the heads of the Ministry of Interior and Administration and the Ministry of National Defense presented materials which, as they stated, come from the mobile phones of the detained persons. The photos and screenshots are to indicate, inter alia, their possible terrorist activity or connections with paramilitary organizations. Photos were also presented, which, according to officials, are to be evidence of pedophilic and zoophilic tendencies.
Among the photos that may come from the phone of one of the detained citizens of Afghanistan, there were to be photos showing, among others, execution by decapitation, as well as the bodies of murdered people. In other photos: several people posing in front of flags with symbols of terrorist organizations, men in the uniforms of paramilitary organizations and several machine guns, as well as a car under fire.
The Polish services were also to obtain materials that could indicate his involvement in the forgery of documents or organizing illegal migration.
The head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Mariusz Kaminski, said that the prosecution would be asked to submit motions regarding the threads shown in the photos, which relate to criminal offenses and potential terrorist threats.
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