Reduta is going to submitting a cassation appeal in the now famous verdict in the case involving Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska and her German employer .

September 3, 2020 Reduta Dobrego Imienia

Reduta is going to submitting a cassation appeal in the now famous verdict in the case involving Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska and her German employer .

Reduta is going to submitting a cassation appeal in the now famous verdict in the case involving  Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska and her German employer .

Reduta – despite the coronavirus – continues to operate. We have just received the verdict with its justification, in the outrageous case  involving Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska and we will certainly be submitting a cassation appeal to the Supreme Court. At the same time, we ask you to support Reduta’s activities – without you, we would not be able to continue our  legal battles in the defense of  the good name of Poles.

 

Just to remind you, according to the astonishing verdict of the Court of Appeal in Gdańsk, Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska is to apologize to the German Hans G. for recording his statements. The apology is to be a public one, to be placed on two social media accounts and appear there for a whole  month. In addition, Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska is to pay PLN 10,000 to the charity  “Wielka Orkiestra  Światecznej Pomocy” and cover the court costs. The German who insulted Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska, by saying that he was a Nazi and could shoot all Poles, is to send Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska a letter of apology, but does not have to apologize publicly. The court said that recording the German while he was insulting Poles, was  unworthy behavior and therefore Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska is to apologize to him.

 

Hans G. is a German employer at POS System in Pomerania, who, while conducting business in Poland, used words against his Polish employees, that violate their personal and National rights and feelings. As established by the courts (both civil and criminal), the German businessman insulted Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska due to her Nationality. He called himself a Nazi, he threatened verbally that he could kill all Poles, and in his statements he used the hate speech used by the Nazis during the German occupation of Poland during WWII. He also threatened his employee with death, citing the superiority of the Germans over the Poles.

 

 

There were also criminal proceedings against Hans G.. In December 2019, Hans G. was found guilty of insulting and threatening Natalia Nitek-Płażyńska with death. The accused was sentenced to 8 months imprisonment suspended for 2 years, the court also imposed a fine of PLN 20,000.  and a further PLN 10,000 for the benefit of his victims  In addition, Hans G. is to reimburse the costs of the trial, an approximate amount of PLN 50,000..

 

Both the civil and criminal legal proceedings,  were both financially and legally supported by the  “Reduta Dobrego Imienia” foundation. In the civil trial,  Reduta had the status of a trial participant.

 

We ask for your continuous support – Reduta is constantly fighting for the good name of Poland and Poles!