12. 02. 2020 12:20
Businessman Marian Kočner who is on trial accused of ordering the murder of investigative journalist Ján Kuciak was in the habit of saving his communication with a wide range of people, and this data now form what Slovak journalists are calling "Kočner's library". It contains about 57 terabytes of data from mobile phones, computers, and cameras that the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project - a network of investigative journalists - has legally obtained after the investigation into the murder was completed. The organisation has offered the data to a selected group of Slovak journalists to comb it for relevant stories. Anca Dragu reports.