Bronisław Wildstein

Bronisław Wildstein Bronisław Wildstein (born 11 June 1952, Olsztyn, Poland) is a former Polish dissident, a journalist, freelance author and, from 11 May 2006 to 28 February 2007, was the chief executive officer of ''Telewizja Polska'' (Polish state-owned television). Wildstein rose to nationwide prominence in Poland in January and February 2005, after he smuggled files on informers and victims of the former communist secret police (''Służba Bezpieczeństwa'') from the Institute of National Remembrance ''(IPN)'' and distributed them to fellow journalists. The files are commonly referred to as "Wildstein's list" (''lista Wildsteina''). Provided by Wikipedia
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