No Court Hearing for Three Years in the Atrium Murder Case

The Chisinau court has failed to hold any real hearings out of the 21 scheduled over three years, in which police officer Sergiu Bradu is charged in the murder case near the Atrium Shopping Center in May 2018.  The court hearings were postponed for various reasons: the restrictions imposed by

Julieta Saviţchi
10/01/2022

The first ever magistrate stands trial for illicit enrichment. Oleg Melniciuc prosecuted following CIJM’s investigation

10/10/2018

Judge targeted in the investigations of the Center for Investigative Journalism stands trial for influence peddling

31/07/2018

How former Ukrainian judge Mykola Chaus who allegedly hid bribes in jars, was arrested in Chisinau. Journalists from Kiev suggest connection with Veaceslav Platon’s case

02/03/2017

Doc, contract // New details about Veaceslav Platon’s extradition. How many policemen escorted the businessman to Chisinau and how much the General Police Inspectorate paid them

07/12/2016

Andrei Pantea, former Prime Deputy Prosecutor detained for closing the case of the well-known thief in law Grigore Karamalak

11/10/2016

Judge who released Vitalie Proca, placed under investigation

11/10/2016

Judge Victor Orindas who escaped punishment in the case of “Russian Laundromat”, is in the US. His litigation with Superior Council of Magistrates, at Constitutional Court

05/10/2016

“Russian laundromat” schemes revealed by the Anti-corruption Prosecution

21/09/2016

List of former and current magistrates involved in “Russian laundromat”, in the attention of anti-corruption prosecutors

20/09/2016