German newspaper Bild retracts report on drunken incident with Lutsenko's son at Frankfurt airport
June 10, 2009, 11:42 p.m. |
Kyiv, June 10 (Interfax-Ukraine) - German newspaper Bild has retracted a report on a drunken incident with Oleksandr Lutsenko, the son of Interior Minister Yuriy Lutsenko, at Frankfurt Airport.
A well-informed source told Interfax-Ukraine that
according to the decision taken by Berlin land court's judicial
division for mass media, the newspaper had retracted its report
The source also said that Bild had implemented the
court ruling after removing from the Internet "all of the slanderous
articles in respect to Yuriy Lutsenko and his son Oleksandr."
Bild reported earlier that German police had
arrested Lutsenko and members of the Ukrainian delegation in a state of
acute alcoholic intoxication at Frankfurt Airport. The 19-year-old son
of Yuriy Lutsenko, Oleksandr was allegedly drunk too, and police
handcuffed him after he offered resistance.
The minister said later that he would win all of the
court appeals lodged against the Bild newspaper that published a
misleading report on the rude behavior of the Ukrainian delegation at
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