Poland’s Lech Walesa, the 72-year-old Nobel Peace laureate and former president (1990-1995), is once again being accused of being an agent for the Soviet era communist police.

“You can't change the facts with your lies, allegations and counterfeits," wrote Walesa, who founded the Solidarity movement in 1980 that brought an end to communism in Poland.

As reported by the Agence France-Presse (AFP), the blog post is in response to a statement from Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (I...


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