Vintu heard by Prosecutor’s Office again

Businessman Sorin Ovidiu Vintu went to the General Prosecutor’s Office yesterday, so prosecutors could confront him with the evidence collected during the investigation. When leaving the Prosecutor’s Office, Vintu stated that his case was political and that, 20 years after the fall of communism, the Securitate is still spying on us. The prosecutors started to present the evidence in the criminal investigation into Nicolae Popa’s flee from the country, whose object are businessmen Sorin Ovidiu Vintu and Octavian Turcan. Vintu is charged with offering financial assistance to the former Gelsor manager, sentenced to 15 years in prison in the National Investment Fund (FNI) case. Popa is detained, in Indonesia, since the end of 2009.

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