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‘Suitcase’ dossier – transferred to Constitutional Court

Lawyers for Gigi Becali and his acolytes have won a major battle in their joint ‘Suitcase’ trial, as the case was transferred to the Constitutional Court after lawyers managed to persuade judges that the legislation stipulating sports people are ‘civil servants’ is obsolete, given it was drafted in 1968 when all of the workforce was state-employed. Meanwhile, the probe appears to turn to Becali’s favor, as one of the people illegally confined on Becali’s alleged orders changed his testimony Thursday, when he told supreme court judges he no longer acknowledges the statement made during initial inquiries against the Steaua financier. “It was the prosecutor who told me what to write, nothing is true, I didn’t feel being confined,” Adrian Costantin David said. Judges with the High Court adjourned court hearings to April 7. Upon exiting the court, Becali said “it is not normal for a prosecutor to play with man’s freedom.”

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