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Freedom promised for 13,000 euros. That's how much a man would have claimed to escape an offender from prison05.03.2019 853 Views
A man from the capital was detained by the NAC officers and anticorruption prosecutors after he has claimed and received 13,000 euros from a known man to influence the cover-up of a criminal case in search.
According to the denouncer, the suspect would have asked for the money, claiming that he would have an influence on the case prosecutor, and that he could get him to radiate from the Search Register the name of a convict who would have left the country until it was handcuffed. Although he had sent the entire amount, the man remained with the unresolved issue, then addressed to the NAC with a denounce.
Following the accumulation of probative evidence material, the intermediary was detained for 72 hours, and if found guilty, he would be liable to up to six years in prison or a fine of up to 10,000 conventional units.
Currently, Center officers conduct searches at the suspect's home to find additional evidence that would confirm his criminal actions.
We would like to mention that, any person shall be presumed innocent until the final and irrevocable judgement is delivered.
The Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office leads the prosecution.