Together with the “Themis” Association of Judges, we are proud to present the latest version of the report on abuses of power perpetrated by the Polish public prosecutor’s office under the rule of Zbigniew Ziobro: “Selected Cases of Malicious Prosecution and Derelition of Duties“.
Monday 9 October, 16:00 – there will be a live broadcast of an event at the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) forum, where, together with Professor Leszek Balcerowicz, former head of Polish State Railways Jakub Karnowski, and entrepreneurs Piotr Osiecki and Przemysław Krych, we will introduce cases of politically motivated investigations from recent years and repressions related to them. These are not merely bogus charges, detentions prolonged to exert pressure on the detainee and propaganda lynchings on the TVP television network – the cases also involve extortion and the destruction of private companies by prosecutors loyal to the ruling party and members of the special services.
The broadcast will be available on our Facebook page.
Tuesday 10 October, 17:30 – on the Radio Rebeliant Twitter (now X) account, along with Monday’s guests and “Iron Prosecutor” Ewa Wrzosek, Marta Lempart of the Women’s Strike, former head of the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau Pawel Wojtunik, and Jakub Kocjan from Action Democracy, we will discuss not only cases of prosecution but also numerous instances of dereliction of duty in the form of prematurely terminated or never initiated investigations. We will also answer your questions during a 2-hour interactive broadcast. It’s going to be a lot of fun. 🙂
Both events will be hosted by the main author of the report – the vice-president of the Open Dialogue Foundation’s Board Marcin Mycielski, accompanied by ODF’s Chair of the Supervisory Board Bartosz Kramek. In addition, a special treat awaits you – the launch of our new platform #ListaHańby, which will help us bring closer the post-election accountability of the PiS-controlled mafia state.
In the meantime, you can familiarise yourself with the contents of our extensive report (available in English) now. Please do take a look.