The court ruled in favour of the defenders’ motion to dismiss and free the LGBT activist, Michał Sz., also known as Margot, from jail. The case revolves around the vandalism committed by Margot on the Pro-Right to Life foundation truck in the beginning of August, as well as the assault on a volunteer from the foundation.

“It was mainly boring, I will be telling you more in the next few days. However, I am seeing what you all have been doing the past few weeks and I am full of awe! Thank you for these WILD amounts of support. You are fantastic, queer communities – never doubt your strength”, Margot said on Facebook following her release.

According to columnist Jakub Jałowiczor from “Gość Niedzielny” weekly, the decision of the court is an open acceptance for violence.

“It is very bad that young people who are learning politics, which they fully went into not knowing what they are dealing with, are being taught that if they are on the right side, they can do whatever they want. Now, we are dealing with attacks on a truck, acts of vandalism, profanation, and assault, but if the situation keeps developing, who knows how this will end”, commented Jałowiczor.

Margot then took to Facebook to attack the Minister of Justice, Zbigniew Ziobro:

“My friends from prison told me to tell you that Ziobro is a fuc**** cu**. I solemnly do that now. See you around mates – I’ll be back”, she wrote.

Margot participated in the hanging of rainbow flags on monuments across Warsaw in the night between July 28th and 29th, for example on the statue of Jesus Christ in front of the Basilica of the Holy Cross.