The information and public relations office of the Prosecutor’s Office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice (PÎCCJ) has sent the prosecutors of the Criminal Investigation and Forensic Section of the PÎCCJ ordered the classification of the case against a former general prosecutor of the PÎCCJ under the aspect of committing crimes of bribery, perjury and abuse of office, since the facts do not exist.
In this file it is about the former head of the DNA, Laura Codruţa Kovesi.
The prosecutors also ordered the closure of the case regarding the crimes of illegal deprivation of liberty, unjust repression, influencing statements, intellectual forgery, the creation of an organized criminal group, favoring the perpetrator and false statements, as the facts do not exist.
“Regarding the crime of bribery, the prosecutors noted the lack of evidence to support the commission of the act of bribery in any of its alternative variants (claiming or receiving money or other benefits that are not due or accepting the promise of such benefits , in connection with the performance, non-performance or delay in the performance of an act that falls within his official duties or in connection with the performance of an act contrary to these duties). With regard to the crime of abuse of office, the prosecutors established that the 5 acts of execution for which investigations were carried out constituted actions in the representation of the institution that he led or related to the attributions of credit orderer and were not met the elements of objective and subjective typicality of the offense of abuse of office prev. of art. 297 para. (1) Penal Code. With reference to the crime of perjury, the prosecutors also found that the elements of objective and subjective typicality, as well as the fulfillment of the statute of limitations for criminal liability, were not met. With regard to other crimes for which criminal prosecution in rem has been initiated (unlawful deprivation of liberty, unjust repression, influencing statements, intellectual forgery, use of forgery, creation of an organized criminal group, favoring the perpetrator and false statements), in the classification order held that the facts that are limited to the content of these crimes and the evidence that can contribute to their proof are not sufficient to continue the criminal investigations”, according to the press release sent by the PÎCCJ.
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