A Polish businessman and blogger Zbigniew Stonoga published Monday night on Facebook scans of files related to investigation of a wire-tapping scandal involving Poland’s top officials that broke out last year. Jacek Cichocki, chief of the prime minister’s chancellery and an intelligence services coordinator called it the biggest leak in the Polish history.
Some 2500 pages of the files including personal data and addresses
of officers involved in the investigation were posted on the internet, by Stonoga. It is not known yet how he got hold of the investigation files.
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