Budínka case is definitively suspended

The state prosecutor supervising the Budínka case, which concerns the remains of German residents who were allegedly killed at the end of World War Two near the town of Dobronín, announced on Monday that the case is suspended and will not be prosecuted at this point. A mass grave containing the remains of 13 local Germans was discovered in 2010. The police and a team of anthropologists investigated the allegations that the victims were violently murdered by local residents in the days following the end of World War Two. Their findings were sent to the surviving family members of the victims in Germany earlier this year, but no legal actions have been filed.

Author: Masha Volynsky