| Krzysztof Rutkowski|
Krzysztof Jerzy Rutkowski
| Private detective|
| Anna Rutkowski (m. ?–2004)|
Krzysztof Jackowski, Katarzyna Kolenda‑Zaleska, Boguslaw Plich, Andrzej Lepper, Mariusz Sokolowski
Krzysztof Rutkowski (born April 6, 1960 in Teresin near Sochaczew, Poland) is a private "detective" (with no licence, so according to Polish and International law, he cannot be called a detective), Polish ex-politician, former member of Sejm, occasional actor and celebrity. Rutkowski himself claims to be the most renowned Polish private detective. He began his career specializing on finding and returning to their owners stolen vehicles, works of art, etc.
Rutkowski also took part in many TV footages and popularized shows like the Detektyw series of the TVN station, which depicts the life and methods of a private detective.
Later in his career, Rutkowski rescued many kidnapped people, including Polish women who had married Muslim men and could not escape the harsh reality of the Middle-East and wanted to return to Poland, but were mistreated and detained by their husbands and families. Rutkowski captured numerous criminals who were hiding abroad and could not be extradited. Rutkowski's actions often caused strong diplomatic protests because he used his diplomatic passport to enter other countries, which he would not have been allowed to enter with a regular passport. Those events were also presented in the aforementioned TV series.
Krzysztof Rutkowski Wikipedia
In June 2011, Rutkowski led a group of civilians who removed a 9-year old Polish girl from the custody of Norwegian authorities, and repatriated her. Reactions included Khalid Skah's comment that "Now Norwegian authorities can taste their own medicine." (Skah has had two of his children kidnapped by a group of Norwegians including commando/Lieutenant Commander T.A.Bolle.)
In December 2011, a Polish court ruled that the child will not be sent back to Norway.
A Russian-born teenager arrived in Russia in November 2011, after Rutkowski removed him from the custody of Norwegian authorities and transferred him to Poland.