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The Prison Service informs that he was not informed about the request of Stefan Wing's mother, but was only asked by the police to interview the man at the end of the sentence to lead.
"SW task was performed and the content transmitted to the police" ̵
In a communiqué issued on Wednesday, the prison service found that it was a conversation about "Plans relating to leaving a convicted prison".
"The Karski Prison in Gdansk informed the police about the exact time and date Stefan W. would leave the prison, and reported it to the police immediately after his release from custody." – we read.
As stated by SW "these were the only acts available to the law that could be seized by the prison of the convicted person who had served the entire sentence." On November 30, 2018, Stefan's mother came to the police station in Gdansk, worried about his mental condition. The same day, the police sent a letter to the director of the prison and gave him the information received. They also requested "that the prison take the possible measures"
That the mother of Stefan W. in November in front of her son should warn the police, wrote the Gazeta Wyborcza on Wednesday in the Tri-City. The man should "hear voices" and "blame for the situation of his politicians". According to newspaper journalists, after sending this information to the prison, the police were told that "nothing bad is happening."
And from the prison service's posts posted on Twitter on Wednesday, we learn that Stefan W. "worked properly" in prison once he received a prize.
He gave the impression of a person who lives in a parallel reality
The 27-year-old Stefan W. served a prison sentence of 5.5 years for bank robbery. He went to freedom in December. In January, he brutally murdered Gdańsk President Paweł Adamowicz. He is sentenced to life imprisonment for murder for reasons that deserve a special conviction.
According to unofficial information, the killer stated during the investigation that he had been the victim of a police action by a prosecutor. He did not plead guilty and told during the interrogation – according to the PAP sources – "completely fantastic stories" .