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Sudac u predmetu Băneasa optužen za zlouporabu službenog položaja i pogrešno osuđujući optuženika

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Sudac Corneliu-Bogdan Ion-Tudoran, koji je presuđivao u rumunjskom slučaju Băneasa za razvoj nekretnina, optužen je za pogrešnu osudu optuženika i za zlouporabu položaja zbog svog ponašanja u tom slučaju. U razvoju tvrtke Băneasa sudjelovao je poduzetnik Gabriel Popoviciu, a radilo se o 221 hektaru u vlasništvu Sveučilišta za agronomske znanosti i veterinarsku medicinu (USAMV), putem zajedničkog ulaganja.

It emerged that last month, Judge Tudoran has been charged with wrongfully convicting a defendant and abuse of office for his misconduct in the Popoviciu – Băneasa case. It was already known that Judge Tudoran provided the statement of reasons for the decision on the civil side of the Popoviciu – Băneasa case almost a whole year after the ruling. At that point he was retired and, when no longer still held the position of judge. Moreover, at the time of writing his judicial opinion, he was actually hospitalised in a psychiatric centre, with the document being delivered to the court room on a USB stick by his son.

Optužbe protiv njega u siječnju ove godine otkrile su da je njegovo navodno kršenje postupaka datiralo još dalje i uključivale su izum dokaza koji opravdava oduzimanje zemljišta i zgrada najvećeg trgovačkog kompleksa u Rumunjskoj.

The investigation, directed by Nicolae Marin of the National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA), into the Băneasa case appears to have had many irregularities. The DNA prosecutors opened the a case for “abuse of office”, despite the fact that the Prosecutor General’s Office had investigated the case and rejected it. However, in 2008 the DNA reopened the case on the grounds that the damages exceeded one million Euros. This is despite the fact that the calculation of the damages was not actually estimated and reported by the DNA specialists until 2010, two years later.

The catalogue of irregularities relating to Marin’s investigation includes the claim that the main prosecution witness admitted in court that he was not bribed by the businessman, thus contradicting the investigators. A former Minister of Education, in addition to other witnesses, told the DNA that the land in Băneasa was never public property and, therefore, the prosecutor’s office could not support the legal accusation of abuse of office. University professors were allegedly threatened with arrest by prosecutor Nicolae Marin if they did not vote in the Senate that the University was constituting itself as a civil party, as requested in writing by the DNA, as has been widely reported by the press. These threats against the University professors were revealed during the senate meeting held on 27 July 2012 which was audio and video recorded and submitted as evidence in the case.

Ne samo da sudac Tudoran nije preispitivao ekscese tužitelja, navodno je išao toliko daleko da je izmišljao dokaze kako bi opravdao optužbe u optužnici koju je pripremio Nicolae Marin. Sudac Tudoran optužen je da je izmislio priču kojom je po svaku cijenu dokazao da je zemljište bilo takozvano javno vlasništvo države i da bi opet nacionalizirao zemlje koja su pripadala Sveučilištu za agronomske znanosti i veterinarsku medicinu u Bukureštu (USAMV) nad kojim država nije imala zakonsko pravo vlasništva.

These charges against the former judge undermine his ruling in the Popoviciu – Băneasa case completely. They also raise deeper questions about the current state of the Romanian justice system, where it would appear that both the investigation and court systems are abused.

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