April 26, 2009
Posted: 08:41 PM ET
Prague – The Czech police today released David Duke, former leader of the Ku Klux Klan racist movement, in the early hours, accused him of promotion of movements suppressing human rights, and ordered him to leave the country by midnight, Duke's lawyer Klara Slamova told CTK.
Slamova said she would file the complaint against the police procedure concerning Duke.
Prague police spokesman Jan Mikulovsky confirmed that Duke was released.
Arriving in the Czech Republic at the invitation of local neo-Nazis on Friday, Duke was to give lectures in Prague and Brno.
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