When one slams, another one slams. And then it goes along
Jaromír Vicher was born on March 17, 1962 in Nové Město na Moravě. Shortly after his birth, he moved with his parents to Žďár nad Sázavou, where he lived until he was 19 years old. His father Jaromír worked as a constructor in the foundries of Žďár nad Sázavou, his mother Jaroslava worked as a nurse. He attended primary school in Žďár and trained as a metalworker. In 1981, after three months at the Žďas engineering factory, a call-up came. He served in the basic military service as a driver at the 14th Border Company in Hrušovany nad Jevišovkou. After returning to civilian life in 1983, he started working for the Public Security and served in Dejvice, Prague. He experienced the Velvet Revolution, or the demonstrations during the year 1989, in the State Security uniform on Wenceslas Square. After the November coup, he continued to serve in the State Security (the Czech Police since 1991), first in Mělník and then in Znojmo. At the time of the filming of the interview (2022), Jaromír Vicher lived in Tasovice near Znojmo and still worked for the Znojmo police.