Nuclear scientist slain at home

Pisarova, Martina; Togneri, Chris
March 2001
Slovak Spectator;03/12/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p12
Reports the murder of Jan Korec, a nuclear scientist and the director of the Nuclear Energy Research Institute in Trnava, Slovakia, on February 23, 2001. Suspects for the murder of Korec; Information on the planned killing of Korec in 2000 discovered by Chief Investigator Jaroslav Ivor; Speculated relation of Korec's murder with Slovakia's nuclear lobby.


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