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December 1, 2021

Internal check at DIICOT on economic cases with huge damages

Following the accusations brought by the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) lately regarding certain cases erroneously dealt with by the prosecutors with the Department for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT), starting with Alina Bica, an internal check has commenced, stiripesurse.ro report.

Sources are quoted by B1 TV as saying that economic cases with huge damages are in the target. Such cases reportedly involve personalities such as Ioan Niculae, Ovidiu Tender, Varujan Vosganian and Adriean Videanu.

Tender and Niculae cases

DNA says that, in the context where in the spring of 2013, Ovidiu Tender was on trial in a case dealt with by DIICOT, where the indictment was prepared by Alina Bica, the businessman made available, via his lawyers, to Ionut Florentin Mihailescu, former judicial police officer and Alina Bica’s adviser, documents regarding the criminal case for consultation and for obtaining an opinion both from him and from Alina Bica, in order to stand a chance for a favorable solution.

Tender’s case is pending in the Tribunal of Bucharest and Ionut Mihailescu is currently employed by one of Ovidiu Tender’s companies – Prospectiuni S.A.

The same DNA document also quotes Liviu Dragnea’s name as a go-between businessman Ioan Niculae and Alina Bica. Dragnea supposedly asked Alina Bica to delay the procedure in a case where Ioan Niculae was under investigation until the statute of limitations would apply.

Alina Bica allegedly received EUR 3.5 M from Ioan Niculae.


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