Codrut Marta, Blejnar’s former chief of cabinet, found?

Codrut Marta, the former chief of cabinet of Sorin Blejnar (the former head of the National Fiscal Administration Agency – ANAF), has been found, Realitatea TV informs. According to the aforementioned source, his house in Monaco is being searched. Marta disappeared from Romania in May 2012 and has been searched by Interpol after his wife declared him missing. Romanian Police and Interpol sources denied the information, romanialibera.ro informs. The same source points out however that in case someone is localized information cannot be made public until the person is apprehended. We remind our readers that Codrut Marta disappeared after he was accused of setting up an organized crime group. Marta and Blejnar are prosecuted in a tax evasion case. Former ANAF boss Sorin Blejnar is charged with being an accessory to tax evasion and supporting an organized crime group. The group allegedly caused EUR 15 M in damages by selling several oil products without paying taxes. The former head of ANAF is being prosecuted alongside Codrut Marta, his former chief of cabinet, and Viorel Comanita, the former director of the National Customs Authority.

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