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Pegasus, surveillance. Roman Giertych: espionage occurred during the surveillance of Pegasus – it is a crime

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If anyone allowed that the private conversations of the President of the European Council with his lawyer, because I represented Donald Tusk at that time, were in the possession of the services of any country – regardless of whether it was an ally or not – this is espionage – he said in ” Facts after Facts” by KO MP and lawyer Roman Giertych.

Prosecutor General Adam Bodnar presented information to the Sejm about operational control in Poland, including using Pegasus. He said he found the public testimony of people who were under surveillance “shocking and depressing.” He added that this is “an issue that strikes at the very heart of democracy.” After his speech, a debate took place.

Read more: Bodnar in the Sejm about Pegasus. “Shocked and Depressed”

The case was commented on in “Fakty po Faktach” by Civic Coalition MP and lawyer Roman Giertych.

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Giertych: this means espionage

As Giertych pointed out, Adam Bodnar stated during his speech in the Sejm that the issue of Pegasus surveillance may also be considered under Art. 130 of the Penal Code regarding espionage.

The Civic Coalition MP added that “it concerns the recording of his conversations with Donald Tusk, (then – editor) President of the European Council, and the information connected with it that all these recordings, all these transcripts were on Israeli servers, including those of the Israeli services.”

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– That means espionage for me. This is a crime, he said. – Depending on the type, espionage may be a crime (punishable – ed.) by five to eight years of imprisonment. These are the most serious crimes and in my opinion this should be the qualification, he continued.

– Because if someone allowed the private conversations of the President of the European Council with his lawyer, because I represented Donald Tusk at that time, to be in the possession of the services of any country – regardless of whether it was an ally or not – then this is espionage – he added .

The National Prosecutor's Office sent letters to the first group of 31 people regarding Pegasus surveillance. According to the information obtained by the reporter of “Fakty” TVN Michał Tracz, the letters have already been received by: KO MEP Krzysztof Brejza, KO MP Magdalena Łośko, KO MP Grzegorz Napieralski, former president of Inowrocław and currently senator Ryszard Brejza and MP and lawyer Roman Giertych .

READ MORE: Pegasus investigation. MPs, a lawyer and the former president of Inowrocław received letters from the prosecutor's office

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