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Thursday, 1 July 2010

Roma arson attack proceedings postponed until September

Ostrava, North Moravia, June 30 (CTK) - The Czech court dealing with the arson attack on a Romany family in Vitkov, north Moravia, Wednesday adjourned the case until September 6.

A baby girl suffered severe burns and her parents were injured as a result of the attack committed in spring 2009. Four right-wing extremists suspected of throwing three Molotov cocktails in the house face life imprisonment if their guilt is proved.
The closely-watched trial was launched on May 11. Originally, it was to continue in August but it was postponed until September due to holidays of the judge, attorney and defence lawyers.

The judge was to hear Wednesday witness Martina Ondrejikova who told the police that one of the suspects took a burn ointment from her a few hours after the attack.

She said previously she thought that the man might be one of the attackers but did not report her suspicion to the police because she was afraid of a possible revenge from both local neo-Nazis and Romanies.

Ondrejikova refused to give testimony though she earlier told the police that she knew two of the suspects and the extremist movement as her husband played in a neo-Nazi band.

The key witness in the case, a local firefighter, who helped police trace the alleged culprits, has received anonymous threats and he fears to testify in court.

According to the prosecution, the act was to make extremist groups more visible and was connected with the 120th birth anniversary of Adolf Hitler.

Prague Monitor