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'Yes I made a mistake, but I was no spy': Polish Solidarity hero Lech Walesa denies he was a Communist informant and calls on mystery 'perpetrator' from his past to reveal what really happened
Polish solidarity hero Lech Walesa has flatly denied he was ever a paid Communist informant amid a fresh allegation triggered by newly-found files.
The files suggest that Poland's first post-communist president served as a paid spy for the same regime he later fought and brought down.
But despite admitting he had made mistakes, he called on a mystery person who he said 'should reveal the truth about the past.'
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originally posted by: SLAYER69
a reply to: Spider879
Well if he was a Communist spy it wasn't a very long lived career.
*Due to his efforts to help bring them down.