- 16 Jan 2013 8:00 AM
Jobbik also filed a complaint because of the sound recording.
Ajtai says on the recording that close to 300 people were “moved around” in the town and were taken in 11 cars to cast ballots.
Ajtai claimed that the recording does not reflect real events as it had been recorded “for test purposes” with the notary.
He claimed that Fidelitas county chapter president Bence Dósai had persuaded him to co-operate in making a sound recording with which Kapus could be blackmailed.
Notary Yvette Csölle, who was fired by Kapus on January 1, firmly said the recording was made in her office and is genuine.
Source: Hungary Around the Clock
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