The Institute of national memory of Poland has received documents showing that the former President of Poland and founder of the party «Solidarity» Lech Walesa in the late 70s was a paid informer of the Polish security services, the Associated Press reports.
Papers presented to the Institute Maria Kiszczak – the widow of a General and the Minister of internal Affairs Czeslaw pnrm. Kisaka.
Kiszczak expressed willingness to sell the documents, which contain information about the informant of the secret services of Poland, who worked under the pseudonym «Bolek». According to some historians, it was an alias Lech Walesa.
Among the documents — receipts of the receipt of money signed by Walesa.