Self-appointed ’apostolic governor’ arrested, jailed and hospitalised over defamation charges

József Borbély, ex-factory owner, anti-corruption activist and lawsuit-recorder against state institutions was imprisoned and forced to take part in a psychiatric attendance after the court hearing of a libel case in December 2012. His incarceration and treatment raises several legal and human rights questions and lasted for about a month in prison and mental hospital. Borbely, who accused many public officials of corruption and claimes to be Hungary’s „apostolic governor” was released in worse physical conditions in January 2012.

Read the full story in Hungarian :
Episode 0 – apostolic kingdom
Episode 1 – imprisonment
Episode 2 – seizure
Episode 3 – release