Oct 17, 2012
Czech court upholds KozenyA s ten-year sentence for massive fraud
The appeals High Court in Prague today upheld the ten year prison sentence for former Harvard Funds president Viktor Kozeny, convicted in absentia of fraudulent trading in securities that caused the damage worth billions of crowns to Harvardsky prumyslovy holding in the 1990s.
Prague Daily Monitor
Pravo: Czech schoolboy inherits debts, faces distraint
Marek Suchy, a nine-year-old Czech boy, may face distraint proceedings as he inherited two flats from his father but his mother has not enough money to pay the rents and nobody is interested in buying the flats, Pravo daily writes Monday.
Scruffy undercover cops are boycotting a new dress code issued by police chiefs in Teplice, Czech Republic, banning shorts, T-shirts and trainers.