Recent Anti-Blasphemy Case Against Behemoth’s Nergal Has Been Dismissed

Earlier this year, Behemoth’s Adam “Nergal” Darski was convicted of “offending religious feelings” in Poland after allegedly violating anti-blasphemy laws by stepping on a picture of the Virgin Mary in 2019. The frontman previously pleaded not guilty and has since been acquitted.

Nergal commented:

“Case DISMISSED. There’s NOTHING controversial about the jury’s verdict so fuckin’ DEAL with it. AFTER ALL we live in civilized and democratic country… still. Common sense beats the shit out of fundamentalist agenda which means on more step towards Poland remaining a secular state!

Moreover, I know it’s like talking to the wall but to all my adversaries: dont’t give me that “do the same with Koran” bullshit coz it’s old and irrelevant. I keep on spamming here coz I simply LOVE polarization between half of u dear followers congratulating me for the battle won and the other half… that would love see me crucifucked 😂🤓😎”

This news comes after Nergal previously launched an “Ordo Blasfemia” crowdfunding campaign to help “fund a sustainable legal challenge to squash the existing and incoming bogus prosecutions.”

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