Romanian Police puts Alina Bica on list of international fugitives

Alina Bica, the former Chief Prosecutor of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) who received an executory four-year prison sentence in a case in which she was charged with aiding and abetting, has been put on the list of international fugitives.

High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ) magistrates decided on Tuesday to uphold the executory four-year prison sentence ruled in the dossier in which she was charged with aiding and abetting, a dossier in which ex-Economy Minister Adriean Videanu was also indicted. The judges acquitted the ex-Economy Minister.

The Supreme Court’s decision is final.

According to Ovidiu Tender’s wife, who was heard in the dossier, Alina Bica is allegedly no longer in Costa Rica but in Panama.


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