The regional court in Hradec Kralove has acquitted former choirmaster Bohumil Kulinsky who was accused of sexually abusing two underage female members of the Bambini di Praga children's choir. Mr Kulinsky faces prosecution in another 47 cases of alleged sexual abuse of choir members. Bohumil Kulinsky says he is innocent. He had been acquitted by the Hradec Kralove court last year for lack of evidence but an appeals court annulled the verdict and returned the case to the regional court.
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