The article on Mirosław Szymanek and his work in the IV section of the B-Office of the Ministry of the Interior will be published in the middle of Gazeta Polska.
"Gazeta Polska": Deputy Ewa Gawor worked at the Ministry of the Interior
Section IV of the B-Office of the Ministry of the Interior dealt with the operational observation of persons and objects, interviews and appointments. Other tasks of the department were preliminary identification and operational safety of diplomats and foreigners residing in Poland.
When Szymanek worked at the Ministry of the Interior, the head of the General Department was Czesław Kiszczak. The independent website.pl informed of the findings of the journalists.
Ewa Gawor: I am not ashamed of my work
Earlier Gazeta Polska published an article by S³awomir Cenckiewicz about the supervisor Szymanek. The historian wrote that Ewa Gawor was a second lieutenant of the MO and an employee of the PESEL department of the Ministry of the Interior.
On 1 August, Ewa Gawor rescued the march of the nationalists who walked through the streets of Warsaw. The reason was that some participants wore t-shirts with symbols that promote totalitarianism. At that time Ewa Gawor became the object of criticism from right-wing media and politicians.
In an interview with PAP, Gawor confirmed that she graduated from an officer's school and worked for 10 years in the PESEL department of the Ministry of the Interior. She convinced me that she was not ashamed of her job because she was building a PESEL system that was in operation today. She emphasized that she went to the civil service in the early nineties. In an interview with PAP, she determined all the confusion "looking for a hole around", in connection with the fact that the march of the nationalists had been resolved.
Officers at the sights of Cenckiewicz
Sławomir Cenckiewicz also disclosed the documents of Jarosław Michonia and Andrzej Szymaniak – officials working in the security and crisis management office. Both were connected to the SB in the past, and during the martial law they served as the most important military service at the ZOMO.
Jaros³aw Michoñ became a corporal of MO in the 80s and a permanent officer of SUSW. In 1990 he was admitted to the police. Andrzej Szymaniak served in Section III-2 SB in Warsaw, and after the transformation of the operational departments of the Security Service into the Department of Constitutional Protection of the State Order, he became police commissioner.