Let us remind you. The Warsaw Women’s Strike, the initiator of protests in Warsaw and many Polish cities, announced the addresses and phone numbers of judge Krystyna Pawłowicz, Kaja Godek, Pro-Life activist Bartłomiej Wróblewski, MP PiS and president of the Robert Bąkiewicz Independence March on one of the networks social. There was a protest in front of Judge Pawłowicz’s house on Tuesday night.
Godek responded on social media. “An hour ago, I filed a crime report with the police and a request for personal protection in the witness and victim support mode. I am awaiting a police decision. In the meantime, here’s what the neighborhood of my apartment ”- he wrote on Facebook.
Kaja Godek published pictures showing inscriptions on the walls and streets of her estate. Among them were: “Kaja, bring your world to Poland for free”, “Godek kills women” and other offensive terms.
From the excerpts from the notice submitted by Godek, we can learn that it was relevant to social media and Belgian direct activities that the activist proved pro-life.
Kaja Godek’s data release case is related to the violent protests that broke out after the Constitutional Tribunal ruling, which ruled that the so-called anti-abortion act of 1993, which allows abortion, is a high-probability cause of impairment severe and irreversible fetal or non-life threatening incurable disease, inconsistent with the constitution.
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