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April 14, 2021
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Vlad Cosma came to the General Prosecutor’s Office with new materials related to DNA Ploiesti

Former PSD MP has presented new recordings, papers, and a “document” whose original copy he claims to have from the prosecutors Onea and Negulescu

 

Former PSD MP Vlad Cosma came on Monday to the General Prosecutor’s Office for hearings, with new materials related to DNA Ploiesti, mentioning that these are recordings, papers, and a “document” whose original copy he claims to have from the prosecutors Lucian Onea and Mircea Negulescu

Vlad Cosma was asked on Monday about the alleged proofs he brought to the General Prosecutor’s Office, and he mentioned that these are “new recordings, new papers, new statements, new evidence”, as well as a “document” whose original copy he claims to have from the prosecutors Lucian Onea and Mircea Negulescu, but he refused to say what is the content of this document.

He said that the recordings “are of the same kind, also with their voices”.

Asked if he had any problem after he presented the recordings, he said: “Not until now, and I don’t think they can afford to make me any problem anymore”.

Vlad Cosma mentioned that he wasn’t called to DNA to be heard in the blackmail case to which DNA referred right after the first recordings have been published.

“I wasn’t (summoned for hearings at DNA – e.n.), probably the prosecutors from the central DNA realized which were the proceedings of their colleagues from the elite unit, there was no blackmail, as I told you” he said.

Asked if the recordings he will submit are confirmed by an expert report, the former PSD MP said that prosecutors will probably conduct such a report.

 

 

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