A Polish court extends journalist Pablo González’s prison by three months


The Przemysl Regional Court granted the prosecutor’s request, without providing further explanation. The Basque journalist has been incommunicado in a Polish prison for almost three months, without his lawyer or his family being able to talk to him.

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The Regional Court of Przemysl (Poland) has agreed to an extension of three months preventive and incommunicado detention imposed on the journalist Paul Gonzalez, as confirmed by the lawyer Bartosz Rogasa. The court granted the prosecutor’s request and did not give any further explanation

González’s defense has announced resource against the resolution. As explained by his lawyer, Bartosz Rogasa, Polish law does not allow the court’s justification to be made public: “The arrest hearing was part of the preparatory procedure and therefore remains secret.”

González was arrested on February 28 at the Polish-Ukrainian border while reporting the exodus of Ukrainians to Poland in the early days of the war, and has remained incommunicado ever since, without his trusted lawyer or his family being able to communicate with him. speak to him. Poland’s Internal Security Agency (ABW) accuses him of being an agent of Russian military intelligence.

His preventive detention expired on Sunday, May 29, although with this decision lasts until the end of August

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Source: EITB


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