Kádár grave robbery investigation leads outside Budapest

By: Hungary Around the Clock
2007-05-04 08:12

The investigation into the desecration of the tomb of communist-era leader János Kádár and the urn containing the ashes of his wife Mária are leading toward extremist groups outside Budapest, Népszabadság reports. Based on information obtained by secret service methods, police are investigating extremist groups that had been preparing to "carry out an act that would create a big bang."

 

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