Prosecutor’s Office closes file on recordings of DNA’s Kovesi

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The Prosecutor General’s Office has closed on Friday the file opened due to the notification from the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA), following the recordings made public of an alleged sitting chaired by DNA chief Laura Codruta Kovesi.

DNA notified the Prosecutor General’s Office in June 2017 with regard to committing the crime of misleading the judicial bodies, consisting in the production or the circulation of fake evidence in order to prove the existence of an act provided by the criminal law or its execution by a certain person, following the publication in the media of recordings with the DNA chief, informs.

DNA claimed that the recordings are a mix of real conversations with fake ones, in order to create the impression that the DNA chief orders investigations or shifts the investigations in a certain direction.

At the same time, DNA prosecutors have notified ex-officio about the offense of using, in any way, directly or indirectly, information that is not intended to be made public or to allow unauthorized persons to access this information.

Laura Codruta Kovesi claimed the recordings were not authentic, they contain a number of fragments made by juxtaposition meant to alter the real content of the statements made by the DNA chief prosecutor in various circumstances, such as public hearings or working sessions with prosecutors.

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