The resident of Poland faces up to five years in prison for «calling for murder» Kaczynski

© Flickr / Terra LiberaВаршава, Poland. Archival photoThe resident of Poland faces up to five years in prison for «calling for murder» Kaczynski© Flickr / Terra Libera

The resident of Poland Michal Setlak faces up to 5 years in prison for «calling the murder» of the leader of the ruling party «law and justice» Jaroslaw Kaczynski.

In late July, Setlak – Aviaexport, which at one time was part of a group investigating the Smolensk plane crash, Kaczynski criticized in his Twitter. «With all my heart I wish this bastard as soon as possible death — he destroys our homeland,» wrote Sedlak.

A few days later he said that he advised Kaczynski to apologize for wishing death, but refused to do so.

As a call to murder Kaczynski Twitter regarded member of the «Law and justice» Jan Moshinsky, who submitted a statement to the Prosecutor.

«Notice in this case, I applied on 2 August to the District Prosecutor’s office in Warsaw, referring to article 304 paragraph 1 of the criminal procedure code, according to which everyone who has learned of the Commission of the crime, shall notify the public Prosecutor or police,» — said Mosinski, quoted by PAP.

According to the Deputy, the publication of Seteca Twitter «without a doubt is public in nature and must be interpreted as a call to commit a crime.»

The plane Tu-154 of Polish President Lech Kaczynski on 10 April 2010 crashed while landing at the airport «Smolensk-North». Onboard there were 96 persons: 88 passengers and eight crew members flying at the mourning events in Katyn. They all died.