Former State Secretary Sustar Says He Was Framed, Ready to File Lawsuits Against Top Politicians

Ljubljana, 22 January - Former State Secretary at the Slovene Economics Ministry Boris Sustar, sentenced to three years in prison last year as the highest ranking Slovene politician to be found guilty of corruption - he is currently appealing the decision - reiterated his claim that he had been framed. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Sustar revealed that he had already filed 14 lawsuits against criminal police and the Ljubljana district prosecution, saying he is ready to file a number of lawsuits against top Slovene politicians.

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