Komorowski. My goodness! Poles simply can't help voting for sons of traitors. His father - a minor Polish noble - was in the AK (Home Army) during the war. Taken prisoner by the Russians, he was immediately appointed an officer. What's more, he assumed the country estate and name of a dead man called K-O-M-O-R-O-W-S-K-I
Liar, cheat, thief, traitor - though doubtless this apple will fall far from the apple tree :)
Strange that I haven`t known this before.
I am afraid you are mistaken.
Besides, why do you want to punish next generations for the sins of their fathers?
I thought cultural intelligent people generally agree that children shouldn`t be held guilty for what their parents did.
If they should be, then, for example, in post-war Germany most children should be prosecuted.