Hungarian-Serbian Hitman Arrested in Prague Admits to Murder
MTI-Hungary Today 2019.07.23.
A Hungarian-Serbian national arrested in Prague on multiple charges has admitted to one of the charges of murder against him, the Budapest Appeal Court said on Monday.
The man was arrested in Prague on March 1 and delivered to the Hungarian authorities on July 18. The police said they suspected the man, identified as Csaba D., of being involved in two murders, one in Amsterdam on July 30, 2018, and one in Budapest on September 19 of the same year. He is also suspected of committing fraud and other crimes, police said.
Csaba D. is charged with attempting to sell sweetener, on the false pretense that it was cocaine, to a Hungarian “entrepreneur” in Budapest. When the prospective buyer tried to inspect the product, Csaba D. shot him, reports say.