Tony Soprano Alive in Hungary

Iren Karman, an investigative reporter working to expose the oil mafia in her country, was severely beaten, her arms and legs bound, and dumped on the banks of the Danube River in a manner that would have pleased Tony Soprano. She had uncovered evidence that oil companies were adding dye to heating oil and selling it as diesel.

The Hungarian prime minister expressed typical comments of his horror at the attack, but there is evidence Ms. Karman was under surveillance by the security police who must have witnessed the attack, but obviously did nothing. This goes to prove that all governments don’t like pesky reporters sniffing around and discovering things they would prefer remaining unknown.