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Walus could receive 'hero's welcome' from right-wing groups if sent back to Poland

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 It is unknown how Janusz Walus became a symbol for young Polish nationalists, but he started receiving letters from supporters in his native country about 10 years ago. Photo: Cobus Bodenstein/AP Photo
It is unknown how Janusz Walus became a symbol for young Polish nationalists, but he started receiving letters from supporters in his native country about 10 years ago. Photo: Cobus Bodenstein/AP Photo

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The Constitutional Court decided this week that Walus should be released on parole. Sources have confirmed that he holds a Polish passport and his legal team is already in contact with the Polish authorities.

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