The decision is not yet final.
BRATISLAVA. Marián Magát, accused of extremism, will be prosecuted. On Thursday morning, this was decided by a judge for the preparatory proceedings of the Specialized Criminal Court in Pezinok.
The reason is the fear of continuing the crime. The decision is not valid, the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic will decide on the defendant’s complaint. TASR was informed about this by the spokeswoman of the court in Pezinok, Katarína Kudjáková.
“The court rejected the accused’s request to replace the detention with a written promise,” she said, adding that the court also rejected Marian M.’s request to replace the detention under the supervision of a probation and mediation officer.
The prosecutor’s office stated that Magát was detained on Monday on suspicion of committing 37 acts.
These include the establishment, support and promotion of a movement aimed at suppressing fundamental rights and freedoms, the production of extremist material or the denial and approval of the Holocaust, crimes of political regimes and crimes against humanity. The accused was to commit crimes between 2017 and 2021.