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The court decided that his case would be addressed in a separate proceeding, Sme wrote.The embezzlement caseThe case dates back to 2001, when BMG Invest and Horizont Slovakia, owned at the time by Vladimir Fruni, went bankrupt.
Based on the court findings, Fruni sold the firms to Majsky who, according to the prosecutor, used Pachinger and Brtva as strawmen officially representing the companies.Following the bankruptcy, about 170,000 Slovaks lost their savings, amounting to some 62.78 billion Slovak crowns (more than Pound 2 billion).