Court released seven gypsy criminals took part in the murder of Marian Cozma

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Court released seven gypsy criminals took part in the killing of Marian Cozma, the star player of Veszprém handball club. According to reports, the town of Enying (Enying is headquarters of the gypsy crime families) is flooded by police officers because the relatives of the culprits threw a big party for the convicts. According to the corrupt police, the security operation is part of a plan aiming at preventing retaliatory measures against the criminals.

The freed criminals have been charged with disorderly conduct.

As a result of the grizzly murder, twenty five gypsies have been charged, three of them with murder; fifteen have been taken into custody after the incident.

The criminals have been convicted 53 times before, for various offences.

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