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Good point, I was asking myself that very same question. Another point no one has touched on: It's interesting that Bindrich actually uses two arguments, a moral one (no one is supposed to interfere with my private matters) and a personal one (my professional future was threatened). I could (maybe) beliefe if he told me that he wouldn't agree to be searched based on principles OR based on the fact, that there was important data on the phone, but it's kind of strange to put these arguments together; that way it just seems he is scrambling for arguments in his defence. tv izle