Someone is peeling Kundera's onion for him.
October 14, 2008 4:02 AM Subscribe
The czech magazine Respekt
, known for its investigative reporting, has published a story
claiming prize winning author and anti-communist dissident Milan Kundera
denounced a young exile who was back in Prague to the communist secret police.
“Today at around 1600 hours a student, Milan Kundera, born 1.4.1929 in Brno, resident at the student hall of residence on George VI Avenue in Prague VII, presented himself at this department and reported that a student, Iva Militká, resident at that residence, had told a student by the name of Dlask, also of that residence, that she had met a certain acquaintance of hers, Miroslav Dvořáček, at Klárov in Prague the same day. The said Dvořáček apparently left 1 case in her care, saying he would come to fetch it in the afternoon. (…) Dvořáček had apparently deserted from military service and since the spring of the previous year had possibly been in Germany, where he had gone illegally” a police report says.
Dvořáček was "given a sentence of 22 years’ hard labour, a fine of 10,000 crown, forfeiture of all his property and loss of civic rights for ten years". He spent 14 years in labor camps and lives now in Sweden.
Milan Kundera denies
and is talking about the assassination of an author