On Thursday, Rokycany police charged two men with spreading rumors that Ukrainians in Rokycany were kidnapping Roma children and calling for violence against these foreigners. He accuses them of inciting hatred against a group of people or restricting their rights and freedoms, and one of the men is also accused of spreading an alarmist message.
Criminal investigators have been investigating reports of alleged child abduction since mid-July. Information appeared on the Internet that Ukrainians tried to kidnap a child in Rokycany, but he managed to escape. According to a post on the social network, the matter was allegedly brought to the attention of a Vietnamese who saw everything in front of the store. The police said in the summer that no abduction had taken place and that they were looking into the posts on social networks.
Now she accused a thirty-two-year-old and a thirty-six-year-old man because of them. “The younger of the men placed and published under his profile on the social network, based on his assumptions, unverified and unsubstantiated information, a post aimed at foreigners living here. According to his statement, foreigners should have tried to kidnap a child in Rokycany. The older suspect on his profile to this post responded with his comment in which he encouraged violence against these foreigners,” police spokeswoman Dagmar Brožová said.