Patria Verdict Made Public, Judge Says Janša's Guilt Proved
Ljubljana, 11 September - The written verdict in the Patria corruption trial, handed down three months ago, was released by several media yesterday. Condensing 20,000 pages of court documents to 136 pages, it pieces together hundreds of events and concludes that former Prime Minister Janez Janša had "controlled [the defence deal] and was informed about it."
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