German Nazi, who threatened his Polish worker, walks free. The Pole has to apologise

March 6, 2020

Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska has to publicly apologise to the German businessman Hans G. [name censored for Polish legal reasons] who she secretly recorded when he was threatening his Polish employees and slandering the Polish nation while identifying himself as a Nazi. That was the verdict given by the court in Gdańsk, Poland. Płażyńska intends to appeal the verdict.

Płażyńska commented on the matter in the following way: “We have a situation where a German in Poland talks about murdering Poles and says that he’s a Nazi. I wanted to go to court with concrete evidence, because otherwise it would be my word against his. To my dismay, it was I who was sentenced to make a public apology and pay compensation as I supposedly violated the trust between an employer and employee. I have no intention of apologising to a man who calls himself a Nazi and talks about murdering Poles, nor do I intend to pay the fine. I will file a motion to dismiss to the Supreme Court and I hope it will work this time, since the trust towards the judicial system in Poland is already compromised enough as it is”.

Both Hans G. and Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska were fined with 10.000 PLN [2000 GBP].

Author: Michał Wyrzyk
Source: Poland Daily

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