Former White House aide Sebastian Gorka is no longer wanted by Hungarian police, according to Hungarian news site 444. The site, which first reported the appearance of Gorka on the country’s “wanted” list, also noticed Gorka’s recent, unexplained disappearance from the list. Why Gorka’s formerly active arrest warrant was taken down from the police website is unknown, and the Hungarian government told The Washington Post “There is no further development to be expected regarding the Hungarian warrant.” Gorka’s warrant for “firearm or ammunition abuse” was issued in September 2016 and was active during his brief tenure at the White House.
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