Prosecutor have sent to court the Hexi Pharma diluted disinfectants case after less than a year since the investigation has started, for 340 crimes of fraud, use of forgery and indirect participation in committing the crime of preventing fight against diseases. The company, whose owner Dan Condrea died in a suspicious car crash few days after the scandal flooded to the media, is practically investigated for fraud and for jeopardizing the public health after it would have sold diluted disinfectants to hundreds of hospitals in Romania.
Hexi Pharma general manager Flori Dinu and the production manager Mihail Leva are tried for forgery in deeds by private signature and for indirect participation in committing the crime of preventing fight against diseases.
The tests conducted by a lab in Czechia certified that 20 out in 21 products checked are inefficient in countering the bacteria and germs.
Yet, the company rejected the conclusions of the tests in Czechia, saying that the Hexi Pharma disinfectants have been used for years in the Romanian hospitals.
Close persons to the general manager Flori Dinu claim that the Czech laboratory used to Ok them in the previous years and that everything had changed after the company that owns the lab would have failed to convince late Dan Condrea to sell the Hexi Pharma business to them.