Daniel Morar, chief-prosecutor of the National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA), laid out the institution’s summary report for year 2010, in Bucharest, according to Jurnalul National. The Corruption Crackdown Department of the DNA dropped the criminal proceedings against Donciu Mihai Radu, Stamen Stanchev and Nagy Zsolt – the protagonists in the major treason and espionage file a couple of years ago. The evidence presented to televisions and journalists is not annulled under the signature of prosecutor Bocsan Gheorghe.In the Indictment no 222/P/2006 from April 18, 2007 of the Prosecutor’s Office, the prosecutor’s Office of the High Court of Cassation and Justice – DIICOT (Directorate for Investigation of Organized crime and Terrorism) ordered the disjunction of the case on the corruption crime resulted from recordings of telephone conversations over a period of one and a half years (April 2005 –November 2006), with the new case registered under no 168/P/2007. The evidence made the defendants and people put under criminal investigation into spies and traitors. Therefore, Donciu Mihai Radu, an adviser to the communications minister (Nagy Zsolt), had been found guilty of statement of accounts and banking documents being found during a home search. The prosecution’s conclusion: there was evidence that Donciu had taken bribe. Also on the basis of wiretapping, Seres Ioan Codrut, an economy minister during Dec 2004 – Dec 2006, is charged with taking bribe and receiving undue benefits. Nagy Zsolt, a former communications minister, too, allegedly took bribe and received undue benefits. Mucea Dorinel Mihai, a ministerial employee, purportedly had suspect personal accounts abroad. Jurnalul National writes all charges have been dropped by DNA.