In Poland only guilty people are punished.
In post-commie round-table Poland only those the clique regarded as criminals were punished and that let out the torturers, murderers and blackmailers of loyal, patriotic Poles. It was no court of law but only the clique that decided to prevent decommunsition, and that is why the guilty were never brought to justice. Jaruzeski's stalling, bogus sick leaves and change of defence councilors in mid-stream to delay and derail his trial only compromised the Tusk administration. A truly impartial judge would have declared Jaruzel's judicial ploys as obsrtruction of justice and even ordered the trial to be continued in his hospital room.
And if the Israelis were able to track down Eichmann all the way to Argentina after years of trying, how much easier would it have been for a Free Poland commando to pose as a tourist in Sweden and bring back fugitive Stalinist desk-top murderer Michnik for whom an arrest warrant had been out for years. The only thing lacking was a political will. It was lacking because ex-commies and ex-SB agents and their paid informers formed the backbone of the post-commie establishment known as III RP.
having volunteered to prosecute dissidents
You've repeated this Harryesque lie at least 17 times or maybe 29. No proof? No link? Who would take Harry's word for anything?"!
repeated this Harryesque lie at least 17
When cornered, PF's liar laureate simply falls silent and hides under a rock. Can't really blame him though. Now he's only got lower-case to help out. Delph has deserted the forum in pursuit of wider horizons, although he pops back now and again under different aliases.