The Tachov District Court recognized a guilty 26-year-old woman as a spiteful commentary among the photo's of the first-born children of Teplice. She informed Czech television about the question of the president of the court, Michael Řezníčková. She confirmed that she had decided by a criminal order. What punishment the woman had imposed, but she did not tell it. The decision has not yet been served on the parties.
The pupils of primary school Plynárenská, Teplice, 1st class teacher Lenka Kristova, assistant Andrea Medzanská and Jana Adamová are on the picture.photo: Deník / Zdeněk Traxler
The decision was thus given in the so-called accelerated procedure. A single judge can issue a criminal case, even without considering the case in the main proceedings, if it is proven that the act has been proved by the evidence. If the defendant disagrees with the criminal order, the decision is canceled and the court continues to deal with the case in the main proceedings.
The threats came out last autumn under the photo's of the first-timers, printed by the Hebrew Diaries. According to the applicant, a woman must commit a crime of violence against a group of people and against an individual, and the crime of incitement to hatred against a group of persons or the restriction of their rights and freedoms.
"The indictment was filed on August 29," Tachov prosecutor Ondřej Wendler told Czech television at the end of August. The persecuted person is the 26-year-old Roman L. of Tachov, according to the daily law.
Photo of the gun
She joined a social network with a number of other hate comments, using the word & # 39; straight & # 39; in her own message and added a pistol image. She is in prison for up to three years.
The police initially put the case out and said that it could only be a crime. The Pravo newspaper, however, said that the prosecutor, Pavol Zeman, was handling the case. He lodged an objection and the case went back to the preparatory procedure. The police investigation then led to the accusation and now also to the Prosecution.
Because of the case of the firstborn of Teplice, police officers started prosecuting a man from Frýdek-Místek for a crime of incitement to hatred against a group of people or to limit their rights and freedoms. In his case, the public prosecutor suspended the prosecution. If the accused does not commit a crime or a crime during a trial period, the criminal prosecution ends. Otherwise criminal investigators will continue with the investigation.
There was no further indictment
The last suspect investigated by the police in Teplice is yet to be heard. According to Czech television it is outside the territory of the Czech Republic.
The case came after the Deník had introduced a first-class film, mainly consisting of six- to seven-year-old Roma, Vietnamese and Arab children. At that time they took the school with the racist attack from all over the country. Children and educators were then confronted with hate speech on social networks, where calls for small school children were also eliminated. Then the case started with the Teplice police. She concentrated on three suspects.
After the incident, a wave of solidarity rose from the public. In a few days, the accounts of two initiatives, Romea and entrepreneur Patrick Zandl, met hundreds of thousands of crowns to support these children.