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Walesa admits 'mistake', but denies he was communist spy

Lech Walesa, fomer president of Poland, wearing a pin of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa on his lapel, reacts on January 04, 2016, during an interview in his office in Gdañsk, PolandSolidarity freedom hero Lech Walesa admitted Friday he had “made a mistake”, but flatly denied he was ever a paid secret agent who collaborated with Poland’s communist regime amid fresh allegation triggered by newly-found files. Poland’s first post-communist president — who was cleared of suspicion by a special vetting court in 2000 — did not elaborate on what his mistake was — but pointed to a mystery person who “should reveal the truth” about the past. “They didn’t break me in 1970 and I didn’t cooperate with the SB (secret police), I never took money, and I never ratted on anyone either verbally or in writing,” the 72-year-old Nobel Peace laureate wrote on his blog.

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