Ovidiu Tender (first photo) was sentenced on Monday to 12 years and seven months in prison and Marian Iancu (second photo) received a sentence of 14 years in prison in the Carom file, being accused of fraud and money laundering, the decision of the Court of Appeal (CAB) is final.
The court also decided also to sentence G?urean Toader to nine years and ten months term.
The decision announced on Monday by the panel of judges of the Court of Appeal is final.
Ovidiu Tender is to be imprisoned after the court sends the police the execution warrant for the sentence.
Marian Iancu is already in prison, after being sentenced by the Court of Appeal on October 14, 2014 to 12 years in prison in the Rafo file for tax evasion and money laundering. In this file the trial lasted eight years.
The Court of Appeal decision comes just one day before the prescribing deadline for deeds the persons involved in this case are accused.
Bucharest Court had condemned in December 2014 Ovidiu Tender to 11 years and four months in prison and Marian Iancu to 13 years and eight months in prison in the Carom file. The decision was appealed to the Court of Appeal, which on Monday issued a final decision.
Tender and Iancu are accused of illegally taking control of the company Carom SA Onesti and producing damages worth ROL 1,400 billion, sum established in 2003.