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Two defendants found guilty of racially-motivated attack sentenced to almost seven years in prison
23-06-2016  Jan Velinger

Prague’s High Court has sentenced defendants Tomáš Kopecký and Michal Poláček to six years and nine months in prison for a racially-motivated attack against Romanies in 2012. The duo targetted a boarding house in Aš in the west of the country, throwing Molotov cocktails into two apartments. The attack was qualified as attempted murder. There were 18 people in the building at the time – eight of them children. No one was hurt in the incident.

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