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June 26, 2022

Court reopens Madalina Manole case

The probe into the suicide of pop singer Madalina Manole will reopen, as the Bucharest Tribunal admitted Monday an appeal filed by her parents against the decision to drop all charges, and ordered the case to be sent back to the Prosecutor’s Office. Prosecutors of the Bucharest Tribunal decided last January to drop the charge of manslaughter, “because the death was not the consequence of a deed incriminated by criminal laws.” The same document orders the probe to continue against Cristian Urziceanu, who allegedly sold the lethal substance ingested by the singer (Furadan), under the charge of trafficking in toxic substances. Madalina Manole committed suicide last year, early in the morning of July 14 – on her very birthday. The singer was found dead by her husband, in their villa of Otopeni.

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