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October 4, 2022

Adrian Sarbu and Sorin Rosca Stanescu, in hearings at the DIICOT

Businessman Adrian Sarbu (photo)  and the ex-PNL Senator Sorin Rosca Stanescu on Friday were brought to the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) headquarters to be heard in a case having to do with bank frauds, in which they are suspected of fraud and money laundry.

According to the DIICOT, the damage in Adrian Sarbu’s case amounts to 4 million euros, while in the case of Sorin Rosca Stanescu it amounts to 3 million euros.

The hearings of the two are part of a case related to an older case sent to the court in October 2013, involving businessmen and bankers, among whom Marius Locic, the total fraud with real estate loans taken from the BRD [Romanian Development Bank] being as high as 85 million euros.

Currently, Adrian Sarbu is arrested in another case, relating to tax evasion committed at news agency Mediafax, while Sorin Rosca Stanescu is currently detained in a penitentiary, as he was already sentenced in the Rompetrol case.


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