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NOW you CAN READ the DOCUMENT in FULL! We got our hands on the SECRET REPORT about SIPA Archive's accessing!

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The 15th episode of the series „We Are the State!”, who had the title „SIPA Archive had over 3.000 dossiers about judges and prosecutors - An explosive report revealing how compromising documents disappeared and were copied”, which ended with a promise that seem somehow hazardous.

Through it we announced readers that we'll try to show them what happened with this report and where documents are. After the series, which invoked the document, more and more journalists and politicians demanded the declassification of the report and its entry at the disposal of the press.

A gesture imposed by the exigence of the democratic transparency and the suspicion that the Parallel State has intervened. Seeing the extraordinary pressure of public opinion, we were convinced that either the Minister of Justice or the CSAT will decide the report's declassification. That did not happen. And then we decided to get the report ourselves, by means typical to media, capable of anything in order to find out the truth.

Once we entered in possession of the document, we found ourselves facing an unforeseen problem. The report was annotated with the "Secret of Service". Do we publish it or not? We had to take an immediate decision. Dan Andronic, Director and majority shareholder of the newspaper, was away for a few days out of the country. The man with better experience than ours in such situations is Ion Cristoiu. Evenimentul under his leadership, at which many of us have worked, was specialized in publishing documents removed from closed safes. The newspaper also had a column of great interest, among the readers: "I got my hand on...". And then the document was just reproduced simply, without comment.

I sent a message to Dan Andronic by telephone that we have something very strong to publish, but we also have some fears and that's why we decided that the last word would have Mr. Cristoiu. Tuesday evening, in the famous yard of the Academy Library, Ion Cristoiu has shattered any concern. After quickly getting through a few pages of the Document, he said: "That's a press blow! It's a service secret? I'd publish it even if it were a State secret. A secret that reached the press, be it a planetary secret, is no longer a secret!"

As a result, what you read in this editorial is the editorial decision of four journalists who have undertaken to publish a secret document in the name of truth for which the press must do anything.

Simona Ionescu, Ion Cristoiu, Mirel Curea and Dan Andronic

The Secret Report confirms the article from May 17, 2017, entitled "SIPA Archive had over 3.000 dossiers about judges and prosecutors-An explosive report revealing how compromising documents disappeared and were copied| "WE ARE THE STATE!" (XV)

To enhance the understanding of the seriousness of those contained in the Report, we retake the relevant parts in Dan Andronic's article from May 17, about the SIPA Archive and what happened there. In addition to the testimonies obtained from direct sources and recorded in his article, what is written in the Report is a smashing confirmation of his sayings.

The Binomial SRI-DNA would not have functioned so effectively if it wouldn't have a third element, essential for "streamlining" the journey of the dossiers considered a priority by the System, or the so-called target dossiers. When I use this term I refer to the fact that, after many scandals related to the involvement of SRI in the Act of Justice and a statement of General Dumitru Dumbrava, the aria of cooperation of judges with information officers was restricted, but still important folders are tracked, or as I used to say, TARGET DOSSIERS.

Business beginnings are hidden, for the period immediately after 1989, in the SIPA Archive. SIPA Archive is a ghost of the past, used by politicians, information services and other interested parties to get what they want from Justice. It must be said that information gathered by SIPA officers, about 40 percent of them coming from the former Security forces, were extremely interesting, being about intercepts of discussions in prison cells, the criminal charges of some inmates, either direct or indirect, either by provocateurs.

We are also talking about intelligence officers and insidious among inmates, about interceptions and recordings of telephone calls of some judges and prosecutors. At present, the network's informative notes from prisons are kept, being taken over by the new structure under the National Administration of Penitentiaries, i.e. the Directorate-General for Protection and Anti-corruption (DGPA).

The unrelenting SRI

Records of those who had access to classified information had been handed over to the Romanian Intelligence Service, about which, however, is presumed to have, unofficially, many more documents than those taken legally. An arsenal of blackmail, permanently used by those who came into contact with the richness and diversity of the SIPA Archive.

In 2006, Monica Macovei has abolished the service on the grounds that SIPA, renamed DGPA has made abuses, and the Ministry does not need a secret service. After being removed from the leadership of the Service, Marian Ureche was accused by CNSAS of political police before 1989.

A year later, in the period April-December, 2007, Tudor Chiuariu, who became Minister of Justice, establishes a Commission of inquiry which will verify how Monica Macovei has accomplished the Government decision to abolish SIPA. Then, in 2008, Minister Catalin Predoiu took the Commission established by Chiuariu, but at the end of his term, despite recommendations, he refused to notice any State institution. Folders of some magistrates disappeared and documents were copied. During the period 2006-2008, SIPA has undergone a full inventory, being called on several commissions.

Operation of spoliation of SIPA archive begins!

We had at our disposal a series of testimonies and documents which talk about an important moment: the inventory of SIPA Archive. Based on them we can say that there are serious indications that during Monica Macovei's term as Minister of Justice there were (at least) interesting manipulations of the documents from SIPA Archive.

The last Minister of Justice who discovered these things was, in 2008, ex -Minister of Justice Catalin Predoiu, only that his predecessor, Tudor Chiuariu, in 2007, was the one who set up a Commission to verify how the first Justice Minister which took care of the abolition of this information service directed against magistrates, Monica Macovei, has handled secret documents. Catalin Predoiu is the one who, frightened by the magnitude of the scandal, preferred to do nothing, to make a report which he didn't forwarded to any of the State institutions.

Predoiu’s silence

Although he was expressly asked to notice the CSAT and SRI for the way some of the documents were handled and copied, that had the stamp SSID, SS or S. Why was Catalin Predoiu silent? Because from this unending document OASIS, in a particular historical moment, all have served. What is it about?

About evidence that from SIPA Archive, while it was listed by the Commission appointed by Monica Macovei, DOCUMENTS WERE COPIED.

About evidence that from the SIPA ARCHIVE WERE STOLEN AND DESTROYED FILES OF SOME MAGISTRATES WHO, LATER ON ADVANCED HIERARCHICALLY UP TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL.

These are serious allegations, which I assume, but that can be proven at any time through the hearing of members of the boards of inventory of the SIPA Archives, of the Ministry of Justice employees, by consulting official documents.

A mess on behalf of order

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