The Polish authorities opened a case on former President Walesa

Lech Walesa

In Poland launched an investigation against former President Lech Walesa. On Tuesday, August 22, according to Polish radio.

The policy is suspected of making false statements about cooperation with the secret services of the country. Walesa argued that was never their employee. The conclusion of the expert of Institute of forensic examinations and witness interviews, including former intelligence officials revealed that the documents on the basis of which put forward the indictment, written and signed by the hand of the former President.

In may against Walesa was under investigation on suspicion of the publication of secret documents of the state security from 1990. If the fault policy is confirmed, he faces up to five years in prison.

Former Polish leader repeatedly accused of collaborating with the secret services. The first suspect appeared in the 1990s, when it was discovered the documents about the “agent Bolek,” the entree into the highest circles of the opposition. In 2000, the court held that evidence that Walesa Bolek is not enough. But then the handwriting experts refused to conduct the examination, as there were only copies of incriminating documents.

Among the documents of the employee under the operational alias Bolek present, including the agreement on cooperation and the receipt of the money.

Walesa was President of Poland from 1990 to 1995. On cooperation policy with UGB said including his successor as head of state Lech Kaczynski. At the end of 2015, after the death of the former Minister of internal Affairs Czeslaw of Kisaka, was promulgated stored at it the documents confirming this fact.