Romania’s Prosecutor General Augustin Lazar (photo) on Tuesday said that there are suspicions of suicide in the case of the death of pharma exec Dan Condrea.
“This is no homicide and there is a suspicion that it was indeed a suicide, but that will be clarified after evidence is checked, after the circumstances of the death are considered, including how the person had travelled to the area several times,” Lazar said Tuesday at the Supreme Council of Magistrates (CSM).
He added that prosecutors are hearing all the identified witnesses to clarify the circumstances of the accident.
“A forensic reconstruction is also underway that will clarify how the accident happened, its circumstances and other things,” said Lazar, according to Agerpres.
About the case in which Condrea’s Hexi Pharma is involved, Lazar said there are harmed people who were given diluted disinfectants form the company and that investigations continue into the case.
“There are hundreds of them. The prosecutors always take all measures to make sure the damage is recovered. Unfortunately, the perpetrators always act before the prosecutors are able to take the measures. I would like people to understand that prosecutors do not take haphazard measures, but only when they have strong evidence so as not to violate the fundamental rights of those investigated,” said Lazar.