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October 11, 2013, 10:04:33 PM
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https://bitcoin-24.com/download/2013_10_10_en.pdf

"Dear Customers of BTC 24 Ltd.,
We would like to apologise – also on behalf of our client – for the long interval that has elapsed between clarifications. The reason for this was and is the constantly changing situation in Poland. Since the last clarification, numerous discussions and negotiations have been held by our clients Polish lawyers with the Polish Public Prosecutor's Office. Last week, we held a further comprehensive discussion with the Polish lawyers, so that we are now in a position to issue a new statement.

In this context, it must first be stated that the situation in Poland and the approach adopted by the Polish Public Prosecutor's Office appears increasingly bleak and, from the perspective of the rule of law, no longer reconcilable.

The Polish Public Prosecutor's Office has, till date, not permitted our clients Polish lawyers to scrutinise the files. We are, therefore, dependent upon statements made by the Polish Public Prosecutor's Office to the Polish lawyers, since the former party comments on the state of affairs mostly in discussions – if at all. For this reason, it is also beyond difficult to draw legal inferences from these constantly changing statements and to develop strategies for subjecting the matter to definitive legal clarification and solution."
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October 12, 2013, 06:32:19 PM
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What do you thing about the suggestion to write a mail to the Polish Prossecutor Office?Huh

What do they expect to achieve?

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