György Budaházy has been sentenced to 13 years in prison, his 14 co-accused got 5-12 years in prison

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

The trial judge admitted that there were errors and shortcomings in prosecution procedures, but rejected the allegations that the trial was politically motivated.

Everyone, except two co-accused has been found guilty on terrorism charges. The judge sentenced Budaházy and his fourteen co-accused to 125 years in prison.

It is expected that all accused appeal the guilty verdict.

MEP Krisztina Morvai and Human Rights Layer Tamás Gaudi-Nagy also attended Budaházy’s sentencing hearing

Jobbik issued a statement condemning the verdict. Among other things, the statement stressing that the greatest shame of the past 26 years is that while patriot György Budaházy was sentenced to 13 years in prison, until neither communist apparatchik Bela Biszku, nor the looters who under the pretext of privatization robbed the country, nor a single corrupt politician or former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany who is responsible for the 2006 police terror have been put on trial for crimes against the Hungarian people.

The Gyurcsany gang is rejoicing. One of the most repugnant members of the gang Agnes Vadai welcomed the verdict. This is the first time that a far-right terrorist who tried to intimidate members of the previous left-wing government has been sentenced to long imprisonment. Vadai said that Hungarian conservatives "have received a long-deserved certificate" even if we have had to wait 10 years for that.

The verdict highlights the fact that not the migrants that Hungarians have to be afraid of but the violent groups that are flourishing under the wings of Viktor Orbán and Gábor Vona said this travesty in human form.

László Toroczkai: Patriots sentenced to 100 years in prison. The killers are walking among us. What's going on here?

András Schiffer: If Budaházy deserves thirteen years in prison how many years do those deserve who ordered police to shoot at Hungarian citizens (in 2006 - implying the 2006 police terror under the Gyurcsany regime)?

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