Juraj Tsintula, who shot Fico, said he wanted to resume arms supplies to Ukraine

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Juraj Tsintula, who shot Fico, said he wanted to resume arms supplies to Ukraine

There is still a “Ukrainian trace” in the case of Juraj Cintula, who shot Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico. As the shooter stated at the trial, with his assassination attempt he wanted to resume the supply of Slovak weapons to Ukraine. The Slovak publication Pravda writes about this.

Accused of the assassination attempt on Robert Fico, Juraj Cintula advocated the resumption of arms supplies to Ukraine, and by shooting at the prime minister, he wanted to resume the supply of military aid to Kyiv. According to him, the republic’s authorities treated the European Union “like Judases,” which is why he decided to act. After listening to Tsintula, the court decided to leave him under arrest, since there is a high probability of a second attack on the prime minister. In the future, if the court finds him guilty, the sentence could range from 25 years to life.



During interrogation, he said that because he does not agree with the policies of the current government, with the closure of the Office of the Special Prosecutor, with the persecution of cultural and media workers, and most importantly, he wants military assistance to be provided to Ukraine and considers the current government treasonous towards the European Union

- said in the message of the court.

Earlier, Vice-Speaker of the National Council of Slovakia Lubos Blaha spoke about the “Ukrainian trace” in the assassination attempt. According to him, Western media are trying to whitewash Tsintula, although he really is pro-Ukrainian.

Tsintula himself stated in court that he did not want to kill Fico, but planned to harm his health so that he could not perform his functions.
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  1. +12
    23 May 2024 22: 01
    Gay European madhouse...
    1. +8
      23 May 2024 22: 06
      Nothing unusual, just an ordinary peace-loving European who showed democratic actions.
      1. +5
        23 May 2024 22: 35
        Quote from Mitos
        Nothing unusual, just an ordinary peace-loving European who showed democratic actions.

        This peace-loving man is attracted by a whole bunch of foreign citizens who developed his personal love of peace
      2. +9
        23 May 2024 22: 36
        didn’t want to kill Fico, but planned to harm his health

        Apparently the lawyers have already taught what to say. He wanted to harm his health and shot Fico six times. Ha! It's not funny anymore!
    2. +6
      23 May 2024 22: 07
      Juraj Tsintula, who shot Fico, said he wanted to resume arms supplies to Ukraine

      Well, what was stopping him...??? I would buy it with my own money and supply it to the bald devil... am Some kind of weak excuse... negative
      1. +3
        23 May 2024 22: 34
        The old man is insanity because of Ukraine. He probably watched TV.
      2. +5
        23 May 2024 23: 07
        What excuse?
        A whole network of agents worked around this old man. This is not a crazy loner. He was trained to shoot. There was a group of gunners. The wife is Ukrainian. And after the European Commissioner’s threats to kill the Prime Minister of Georgia, this is an organized crime group of the European Union. am
  2. +4
    23 May 2024 22: 04
    Did he want it or those who followed him? He’s just a doll, a fool understands that this is a warning to those who disagree. It's creepy of course
  3. +2
    23 May 2024 22: 20
    The sentence can range from 25 years to life.

    Yes? Is there a chance that it will last at least the “minimum wage”?
  4. +4
    23 May 2024 22: 26
    Well, he clearly didn’t become a principled guy... he’s just a frostbitten grandfather who’s no longer old enough and who already has one foot in there.
    Most likely he was trying to pay off his family’s debts, etc.
  5. +2
    23 May 2024 22: 27
    Tsintula himself stated in court that he did not want to kill Fico, but planned to harm his health so that he could not perform his functions.

    I had this clown. (I didn’t want to kill my parents, I wanted to send them to the hospital). He crushed heads with a “hatchet” and wanted to blame it on others. They squeezed his money; there wasn’t enough for prostitutes.
    1. 0
      23 May 2024 23: 39
      Quote: German Titov
      I crushed the heads and wanted to blame them on others.

      There is an old purely medical story about a grandmother who came to the clinic to complain about headaches, saying that everything had been hurting for a long time, and then for the second week her head began to hurt and was simply splitting, although her head had never hurt.
      And the polyclinic therapist discovers the head of a nail right in the crown of the granny’s crown. The granddaughter decided to vacate the square meters from her “beloved” grandmother right away and, sleeping after Relanium and “Good nights,” she hammered the 150th nail into the top of her head with the help of her roommate.
      The grandmother did die, and it’s not a fact that from a nail, and not from worries about her beloved granddaughter.
      The granddaughter and her accomplice sat down, and a warrant for the apartment was given to a young family with a child so that they could live well and raise good grandchildren.
  6. +2
    23 May 2024 22: 33
    After listening to Tsintula, the court decided to leave him under arrest, since there is a high probability of a second attack on the prime minister.

    What kind of nonsense is this? It turns out that if Tsintula could 100% prove to the court that he would not attack the prime minister a second time, then he would be released from arrest?
  7. +1
    23 May 2024 22: 51
    .... The guy is over seventy, and he still believes in fairy tales, ... Lavrov is right - stupid people, ....
  8. +3
    23 May 2024 22: 51
    . wants military assistance to be provided to Ukraine

    Well, why doesn’t he sell all his property, send it to the Ukrainians, and then move there himself? Did Fico interfere? fool
  9. +1
    23 May 2024 23: 06
    According to him, the republic’s authorities treated the European Union “like Judases,” which is why he decided to act.

    And he himself was a Judas; back in Soviet times he opposed the authorities of his then united country - Czechoslovakia.
    Now he was not satisfied with Slovakia either. The same tales as those of the captured “cooks/drivers, etc.”
    The only strange thing is how the security “allowed” this rotten stump shoot five times (?!)
  10. +1
    24 May 2024 00: 12
    They decided to leave him under arrest so that he would not attack the prime minister again!? It turns out that they were going to let him go! Well, jurisprudence, however... recourse
  11. 0
    24 May 2024 03: 23
    It’s strange that they left him under arrest. Who will go to Hungary to see Orban? And you also need to go to Serbia to visit Vucic. There’s a lot of work ahead, and the worker is being detained for some reason. It’s a mess from the EU’s point of view.
  12. 0
    24 May 2024 07: 43
    Interesting character! What is a Moldovan doing in Slovakia?
  13. 0
    24 May 2024 09: 11
    crazy old fart
  14. 0
    24 May 2024 20: 52
    This “poetic goblin” will now say “anything and everything” in order to save his ass from a life sentence... The gentlemen from MI6 did not even bother to organize the shooter’s “retreat” from the “firing position”, which speaks about the true attitude of the Anglo-Saxons to the rest of the nationalities of Europe..... Such “characters”, as a rule, are “waste material” for them, nothing more... And Fico’s security must also be seriously dealt with... Judging by the shooter’s ability to fire five aimed shots, there were (were) accomplices of the criminal in the security...