Adriana Betisor, Former Deputy Head of the PA, Sent to Trial for Three Charges

Ilie Gulca
02/09/2021
Adriana Bețișor și Ruslan Doboș

Adriana Betisor, former deputy head of the Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office (PA) will appear on the dock for three counts: passive corruption in particularly large proportions, abuse of office and interference in the administration of justice. 

The Prosecutor's Office for Combating Organized Crime and Special Cases has completed the criminal investigation on this case and sent the case to court, announces the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Moldova.

According to GPO, the criminal acts would have been committed in 2018, when Adriana Bețișor, acting as a prosecutor, would have demanded 50 thousand euros from a convict. In exchange for this amount, the prosecutor was to reclassify her actions and withdraw her accusations in the case then pending before the Chisinau Court of Appeal in which he had been sentenced to 12 years in prison for attempted embezzlement of foreign assets and money laundering, both committed in particularly large proportions.

Ilie Gulca
02/09/2021



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