Ex-daughter-in-law of former SRI Director Magureanu says she has been threatened
Alina Petre has said on Wednesday, while leaving the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) Ploiesti offices, she will submit evidence proving that she has been threatened to the District 3 Police in Bucharest, hotnews.ro informs.
Florin Ghiulbenghian, who accompanied the ex-daughter-in-law of former Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) Virgil Magureanu to DNA Ploiesti, explained that their presence to the DNA Ploiesti is related to ‘threats and pressures’ on Alina Petre from people close to the ones involved in the Romprest file.
In this context, Alina Petre said she would file Wednesday evening, to the District 3 Police in Bucharest, evidence of this.
Former Magureanu’s daughter said earlier, at the entrance to the DNA Ploiesti, that the reason for filing so late the complaints about things she knew for a long time is that she is afraid.
“I’m scared!” she said, pointing out that it is not easy for her to take these steps.
Several politicians, magistrates and local leaders were denounced on Monday morning to the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA). The complaint was filed by the ex-daughter-in-law of former Director of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) Virgil Măgureanu.
Among the people denounced are former PNL leader Crin Antonescu, BNR Governor Mugur Isarescu, Virgil Magureanu, and a senior prosecutor with the Prosecutor’s Office upon the Ilfov Court and a judge with the Bucharest Court.