Vintu, summoned again at Prosecutor’s Office

The businessman Sorin Ovidiu Vintu was present yesterday at the General Prosecutor’s Office, where he was summoned in the investigation he is the object of, alongside businessman Octavian Turcan and his driver, Alexandru Stoian, for assisting a criminal, in the case of Nicolae Popa’s fleeing the country. “I cannot provide any details related to the case, I am sure that the details will come from the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI). Prosecutors will have to prove that I stole money from Romania,” SOV stated, on leaving the Prosecutor’s Office.

Vintu, Turcan and Stoian are investigated by the General Prosecutor’s Office for assisting a criminal, being charged they sent money to the former manager of Gelsor, Nicolae Popa, who was given a final sentence of 15 years in prison in the National Investment Fund (FNI) case, so the latter could dodge the serving of the sentence. Nicolae Popa was arrested on December 2, 2009, in Indonesia.

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