District court in Gdansk (Poland) arrested 48-year-old resident of this city, which during a phone call at the emergency room threatened to kill the head of the European Council Donald Tusk.
This was reported by “Polish radio”.
So, the relevant information reported by the press-Secretary of the District Prosecutor’s office in gdańsk, grażyna Vavrinyuk.
According to her, the suspect, resident of gdańsk, was taken into custody for three months.
Stated that earlier a press-the Secretary of the City commandant of the police in Gdansk Karina Kaminska reported that on Monday, 48-year-old man called the emergency number of the Regional center of emergency messages threatening to kill Tusk. Police officers established location of the men.
The suspect was arrested Wednesday morning in an apartment in Gdansk.
In particular, the police seized records of conversation, questioned witnesses, and when they searched the apartment seized two mobile phones, for which a man could make calls.
We will remind, on January 14, the mayor of Gdansk (Poland) Pavel Adamovich died in hospital from received during the attack and stab wounds.
Adamovich was attacked in front of hundreds of people on Sunday. He underwent five hours of surgery on the heart and in the abdomen, but doctors were unable to save the life of Adamovich.