Ondrej Dostál, the director of the Conservative Institute of Milan Rastislav ©tefánik, known also as a human rights activist, has been following the Cervanová case for many years and believes there are numerous controversial, unanswered aspects.
“There is no direct evidence about the guilt of the sentenced,” Dostál told The Slovak Spectator. “Their sentences are only based on their confessions, which they all equally claim to have been forced into signing under brutal pressure by the investigators.”
Michaela Stanková. Article was published in the Slovakia`s English-language weekly The Slovak Spectator. Read the whole article here.