- 19 Feb 2013 8:00 AM
Four chief executives and two accountants of 16 nightclubs controlled by Vizoviczki were detained in connection with the case on Tuesday in a second wave of arrests.
None of the suspects pleaded guilty but all of them filed complaints against the proceedings.
Investigators found that only some of the cash collected in the nightclubs was officially registered in the cash machines.
So far 18 people have been accused in the case.
Documents, computers, data carriers and €170,000 were impounded from two premises on Obuda Island.
Source: Hungary Around the Clock
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