INDICTMENT: April 7, 2009. How torturing policemen, judges and prosecutors were (NOT) held accountable 

On April 7-8, 2009, when thousands of young people went out to protest against the April 5 parliamentary election fraud, and police forces were mobilized to repress the peaceful protest, hundreds of young people were detained forcefully, and taken to police commissariats, where they were humiliated and tortured. Dozens

Корнелия Козонак, Джульетта Савицки
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INDICTMENT: April 7, 2009. Ten years of injustice

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Greek magistrates did what justice in Moldova didn’t: former international expert sentenced to 2 years in prison for pedophilia

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Judges with apartments for free

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Women victims of domestic violence, facing alone the aggressors and the justice system

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„50 shadows“ of the billion dollar theft cases

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„Stemma” of justice (II)

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„Stemma” of justice

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AUDIO, DOC // “Ghost” banker in Vlad Filat’s case

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Apartments at low price for magistrate Oleg Melniciuc’s mother and relatives in the residential block for judges

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False witnesses in Vlad Filat’s case

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18 bln USD laundered through the judiciary in Moldova since 2010 (II)

27/11/2015

18 bln USD laundered through the judiciary in Moldova since 2010 (I)

20/11/2015

The assets declared by judges: houses and cars at negligible costs

22/10/2015

The judges “with nine lives”

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