Behemoth’s Nergal To Return To Court Over Revived “Offending Religious Feelings” Case

Back in 2021, 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. However, the frontman pleaded not guilty and was later acquitted. Despite this, the musician is now being forced to appear in court once again. According to, the court has now allowed an appeal from the ultra-conservative Polish Catholic legal organization Ordo Iuris to move forward. The judge was convinced to have Darski appear at a new hearing on May 29. The trial will determine if the charges should continue or be dismissed due to violations of human rights.

[via The PRP]

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