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May 19, 2021

Cioaca sues the Romanian state in ECHR

Cristian Cioaca, a former police NCO arrested for murdering his wife, Elodia Ghinescu, holds that several rights have been encroached on, reason for which he has already filed an application and sent it to the Strasbourg-based court. In his application to the European Court of Human rights (ECHR), Cristian Cioaca holds his right to freedom and safety was infringed on.   “I denounce the infringement of my right to have my private and family life respected (…) by means of how my image, profession, public reputation, family life, have been affected by my being presented for five years of being guilty of my wife’s murder,”, writes Cioaca.The former police NCO renders his arrest as abusive and accuses the Romanian judicial authorities of failing to carry out a proper and comprehensive investigation.“I consider that Romanian judicial authorities have not made a proper and complete in inquiry. (…) Despite official evidence showing my wife fled the country, instead of being sought for as a living person with respect to country leaving proceedings, her alleged corpse has been looked for in precipices and waters since September 2007. This approach to the case has created the premises for wrong judgments,” wrote Cioaca.

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