Hmmm, false claims being made against a politician you might not like, that never happens.
At least in Poland, if you make a sworn statement about a politician and it turns out you are lying, you face a very real prospect of going to prison.
Have any of these former colleagues and friends revealed their names?
Lech Walesa has been known to joke on TVP1 that the Kaczynski twins had come to his birthday party one year and that "Lech came with his wife and Jaroslaw came with his husband." Another former colleague, Andrzej Lepper, also joked about JK not dating women. Wojciech Jasinki, government minister and old friend of JK said in an interview for TVP they liked to have a party, to dance and drink and that while he dated girls "Jaroslaw-never." Strangely that part of the interview was cut from the broadcast and the journalist who had asked the questions was fired.
And then we also have the secret police files that Rzeczpolita published:
Poland's second-most important newspaper, Rzeczpolita, published documents-some only recently declassified, and some that were leaked-from the files of the Polish Secret Service that discussed Prime Minister Kaczynski's homosexuality. As part of an investigation, begun in 1992, of right-wing political parties that, the documents said, "could threaten democracy," a Secret Service department then headed by Colonel Jan Lesiak reported, "It is advisable to establish if Jaroslaw Kaczynski remains in a long-term homosexual relationship and, if so, who his partner is."