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Center Party chairman Edgar Savisaar said on Facebook that he thought that Lauri Laasi and Priit Toobal would be acquitted today in Harju County Court.

 

"I know they are not guilty and it would be proper to continue the case in the second instance. This is a natural choice, as I don't consider the court decision right," said Savisaar.

Harju County Court convicted Center Party MPs Priit Toobal and Lauri Laasi in a case where a Social Democratic politician's private messages were accessed without authorization.



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