Andrej Babiš Jr. unexpectedly appeared today at the start of the ANO election campaign in Ústí nad Labem and publicly confronted his father, the head of the ANO party. He has long accused his father of having him kidnapped and sent to Crimea because of the Stork’s Nest case. Babiš Jr. announced to his father in front of journalists today that he was mentally OK and wants to testify against him in the Stork’s Nest case. The prime minister responded by saying he has always cared for his son. Babiš junior also announced today on social networks when he should testify to the police precisely because of the Stork’s Nest and his trip to the Crimea. Babiš has stated in the past that his son is mentally ill.
Trotter in an interview for iRozhlas he said that they did not plan anything, they said that they traveled with Babiš Jr. from a visit from a clinical psychologist. “When I picked him up again and we were supposed to go to Prague, I suggested that we have some soup. And because I was shooting in Větruš, I suggested that we go there. When we got there, the parking lot was “And Andrej says,” What’s going on here? So we went to the hotel reception. And the receptionist told us amusedly that the ANO movement’s campaign was starting here, “Klusák described. He added that the meeting of the two was a “complete coincidence”.
“I just want to say that I have always taken good care of my son,” the prime minister said of his son’s speech. “I think everyone knows what’s here. What happened, who uses my son against me. I’m sorry. We know who’s abusing him, but I don’t want to talk about it. I have a clear conscience. I don’t wish any parents, to experience this, “said Babiš.
The weekly Forum 24 reported on the web today that he received the resignation of forensic psychiatrist Karel Kaufner, who, after studying the case of Babiš Jr. and, as the editor-in-chief of the weekly Pavel Šafr wrote on Twitter, after meeting him for almost five hours, said that he was not currently a mentally ill person.
According to the media, Babiš Jr. sent e-mails to the police in January 2018, in which he wrote that he had been abducted in connection with the Stork’s Nest case, due to which his father and himself faced accusations of subsidy fraud. Later, in a covert report from the Seznam Zprávy server, published in November 2018, he stated that the husband of the then attending physician Petr Protopopov had taken him to the Crimean peninsula annexed by Russia against his will.
The prime minister denied it, saying at the time that his son was suffering from schizophrenia. In an interview with Seznam Zprávy, Babiš Jr. said this year that everything he said or wrote to the police from the beginning about the case of the alleged kidnapping was “sincere and true”.
Doctor Dita Protopopová prepared an opinion which, according to the media, was to help Babiš’s son avoid criminal prosecution in the Stork’s Nest case. The prosecution of Babiš Jr. and other members of the prime minister’s family has already stopped. Only the Prime Minister and his former adviser Jana Nagyová (formerly Mayerová) are currently facing charges, both of whom reject the guilt.