Kočner used Zsuzsová as a decoy to get close to influential men
Alena Zsuzsová, whom the police have charged with ordering the murder of Ján Kuciak, has communicated with several influential men over the past few years, the police discovered by checking her computer and smartphone. Zsuzsová had archived the communication, possible with the aim of blackmailing the men later. She was in communication with René Vanek, Deputy Prosecutor General, as well as Martin Glváč, Deputy Speaker of Parliament (Smer). Vanek acknowledged communication “on simple personal matters” and added it was mistake on his part. Glváč denied any communication despite evidence to the contrary. Boris Kollár also admitted being in contact with Zsuzsová. It seems Marian Kočner, who paid for Zsuzsová’s lavish lifestyle, used her as a decoy to get close to influential men.