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Govt Declassifies Incriminating Documents

Ljubljana, 16 May - The government declassified on Wednesday documents that show that money from the Slovenian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOVA) was used for the treatment of President Janez Drnovsek's illness. The money that allegedly came from SOVA's secret fund was used to pay for the expenses of an Indian healer in 2005.

A cash note issued by SOVA for the airline ticket for Sanand Sardeshmukh, an Indian healer that flew to Slovenia to treat President Janez Drnovsek.
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Airline ticket issued to Sanand Sardeshmukh, one of the documents published by the government today that show that the Indian healer came to Slovenia by plane.
Photo: STA

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