Czech con artist gets conned by "volunteer" during anti-Romani demonstration
The notorious con artist Lukáš Kohout organized an anti-Romani demonstration in the town of Děčín today. As news servers iDNES.cz and Romea.cz reported, he had no sound equipment available.
News server Romea.cz has learned that Kohout, who was convicted of posing as an assistant to the then-head of the UN General Assembly, Jan Kavan, has become the victim of person named Lucie Bittalová posing as a sound engineer. The Facebook page of the HateFree Culture group has published a transcript of her online communications with Kohout, which news server Romea.cz has also published (in Czech only).
"We decided to help him with the organzition a little bit. Right now no one can hear the poor guy!" HateFree Culture posted to its Facebook page.
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