Eva Rezesova left Tuesday morning in the street prison Nagy Ignác. There was enormous pressure on the press, but he did not answer any questions.

After six years of imprisonment, Eva Rezesova, sentenced to four deaths for a traffic accident, was sentenced to death on Tuesday night in the capital of the Great Ignatius Street Prison.

The Slovak woman was ultimately sentenced to nine years in prison, but according to the law she could be released after downloading two-thirds of her sentence. After almost six months since the accident in August 2012, the six years have passed. According to reports in the press, release is made possible, partly because of the good behavior of the convict.

On August 21, 2012, Eva Rezesova fell in the early morning on the M3 motorway with his BMW X5 with a drill, about 165 kilometers per hour, from behind on the Fiat Punto. Fiat fired, two married couples died. Eva Rezesova – a high-quality, well-equipped off-road vehicle with safety equipment – sustained minor injuries.

According to the verbal explanation of the second instance, the final verdict of the Budapest District Court in September 2014, the guilt of the accused undoubtedly proved that according to experts, the accident would have been prevented, even if the driver was not drunk despite high speeds.

Four years ago, the judge said the trial was punishable by a prison sentence of five to ten years for the prosecutor. The court must start from the middle of seven and a half years. An aggravating circumstance was the number of fatalities and the driving style of the accused.

By car Eva Rezesova is taken by car, who has downloaded two-thirds of his prison sentence after six years of abandoning the capital punishment facility on Nagy Ignác street on 28 August 2018.

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At the time of the accident, a 35-year-old Slovak woman denied her fault during the proceedings. In connection with his alcoholic influence, he was talking about the fact that he had been exposed to sinusitis and coughing, and he felt very thirsty after a fall and a shock and accidentally pulled a vodka bottle. According to Rezesova, the cause of the accident was a vehicle of the victims, which was suddenly cut off, but the court ruled that the car of the victims of the accident had suddenly changed the car and Eva Rezesova could not prevent the accident. Rezesova has repeatedly regretted this process and expressed his regret at the events.

In 2014, the tribunal also decided to ban Eva Rezesova for eight years while driving on the road. The ban ends after the release of the prison, so Rezesova can not stay behind the wheel until 2026. In connection with the criminal prosecution some technical experts of the judiciary were criticized for public criticism and because of the suspicion of the party two experts excluded from the procedure.

According to reports in the Slovak press, the accused is a member of the "Rezes clan" in Košice. His father, Alexander Rezes, in the 1990s, the Minister of Transport of the government of Vladimir Meciar, the main player in the privatization of Kassa, was the second richest man in the country.

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