Scout Eduard Marek helped people in need. For this he was punished by the Nazis and the Communists – Archyde

The head of the Polish conservative agrarian movement AgroUnia, Michal Kolodziejczak, and the journalist Tomasz Szwejgiert, who wrote a book about the interior minister in the national conservative law and justice government, are other victims of espionage with the help of the Israeli computer program Pegasus. According to the agency AP, the Canadian analysis group Citizen Lab informed about this today.

In recent weeks it has become clear that the Israeli Pegasus program, which attacks mobile phones and is primarily intended to track down terrorists and criminals, was used against three people in Poland. He is a lawyer, prosecutor and senator – all of them are critics of law and justice. According to the AP, these were the first confirmed cases of a tool used by repressive regimes in the European Union. The findings led to the establishment of a commission of inquiry in the Polish opposition-controlled Senate; However, this commission has no powers.

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