Behemoth has defamation of religion case dismissed

Behemoth (2009) The Gdynia district prosecutor's office recently officially charged BEHEMOTH leader Adam "Nergal" Darski with defamation of religions. The allegation was related to a concert in September 2007, at which the musician tore the Bible.

An update reads:

The District Court for Gdynia has dismissed the investigation against Adam Darski (pseudonym/nickname Nergal) accused of an offence against religious feelings (sec. 196 of polish Criminal Code).

During the preparatory proceedings the defender filled the application, which was entirely accepted by the Court. The defendant's behaviour wasn't recognised as a crime.

Moreover the Court acknowledged no causal connection/cause-and-effect relationship between Adam Darski's behaviour and the consequence in a form of outrage of religious emotions.


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Date: Jun 29, 2010
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