MEP Corneliu Vadim Tudor, who has come under investigation for the incidents during the January 4 eviction of the PRM headquarter, went on Friday to the Supreme Court Prosecutor’s Office, but refused to make any statement, invoking his impunity as member of the European Parliament. His lawyer, Mariana Stefan said prosecutors have reconsidered the accusation against Corneliu Vadim Tudor, changing it from assault to disturbance of peace, while maintaining the second count of nonobservance of a court order. Vadim and his lawyer explained that the incidents at the PRM HQ actually were political acts, protected by the impunity status provided by the position of MEP. Upon leaving the prosecutor’s office, while talking with journalists, Vadim Tudor once again used inelegant terms to describe court executor Daniela Somaldoc and general prosecutor Codruta Kovesi, saying that his words are either pamphlets, or political statements. However, legal sources told the press that PRM leader Corneliu Vadim Tudor is still probed for assault.