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Josef Wawrzacz (1956) - Biography


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Josef Wawrzacz was born on 6 September 1956 in his parents' cottage in Hrčava on the Polish border in the Silesian Beskids mountain range. His father was employed as an auxiliary train driver with the Czechoslovak State Railways, his mother was a housewife looking after a small farm and three children. Ever since childhood Josef Wawrzacz witnessed smuggling across the Polish border. His family needed money for a new house and therefore his mother traded alcohol smuggled from Poland and Josef helped her with it. Later he himself smuggled electronics, selling it to customers in the Těšín region.

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