MICROSFT WITH ITS ASS ON THE DNA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS… AND THE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS ! … (2004-2017) http://evz.ro/inregistrare-exploziva-kovesi-premier.html
MINISTER OF JUSTICE – Terrorized by Kovesi
18 June 2017 – „Tomorrow morning I will refer to the judicial inspection of the allegations in the public area concerning Mrs L.C. Kovesi to reach Premier S. Grindeanu! „, Justice Minister Tudorel Toader http://evz.ro/ministrul-justitiei-kovesi.html
Under Law 303/2004 on the status of judges and prosecutors Article 99. Discipline misconduct: B) interventions for the settlement of claims, claiming or accepting the resolution of personal interests or of family members or other persons, other than within the legal framework regulated for all citizens, as well as the interference in the activity of another judge or prosecutor ” http://www.stiripesurse.ro/sorina-matei-despre-inregistrarile-fara-precedent-cu-sefa-dna-abatere-disciplinara_1203052.html
18 June 2017 – President Basescu terrorized by Kovesi :
„I saw Ms. Kovesi’s statements that there are 6-7 year olds criminal investigations (MICROSOFT – 17 years) and Kovesi wonders why we do not get them. I’m overwhelmed!
I have seen the precious indication too! She gave it over to the CCR, and she said that there should be criminal investigations for political people to build her statue.
This woman sacrifices lives and destinies for her own glory.
Good people, this woman must be arrested on the spot! She has to be sent to the cellars where she sent so many people, and the prosecutors who were forced to fabricate files.
I can say I fool myself when I promoted her, the drama is that Mr. Iohannis was fooled himself also. This woman is an error of justice, she seeks only “important political scalps” because those bring her the celebrity. I was terrified by these recordings! „ Traian Basescu said at Romania TV.
18 June 2017 – Ex EU Funds Minister Elena Udrea terrorized by Kovesi:
„Three weeks ago, “extremely fast”, Prosecutor Bulancea from DNA, the same as in Gala Bute, sent a new file to the court, in which I was accused, with Ioana Basescu.
The facts are about paying billboards in the 2009 presidential campaign. I am not commenting on the incredible situation that the file has reached the same judges in Gala Bute !!! I was surprised then by the DNA’s decision to send the case to court, considering the facts, which if prosecutors describe them, they are in the Law on the financing of political parties and they are considered contraventions, not crimes! I do not add that no one, no politician besides me, has been accused in 30 years of financing the electoral campaigns! The hallucinatory recordings of Rtv in the DNA session, where we hear Kovesi’s pressures on prosecutors to make as many files as possible for political characters to be public, are the explanation for this new abusive file he has done to me.
And Kovesi even gives me as the example …
I ask again today !!! What else has to happen to halt these masked abuses of the „fight against corruption”?
Or do we accept them because „Udrea’s bags and shoes” are even more annoying than the Securitate and Kovesi abuses? „
20 November 2014 – Microsoft Criminal Investigations – Kovesi terrorized by Microsoft
Kovesi stressed that the institution she runs has several large criminal investigations dealing with people with important positions in the state: „We have large, complex files dealing with people with important functions. Our activity will not stop, maybe only during the holidays, but even then it is not sure. We will continue at the same pace with the same efficiency if no legislative or other changes will occur.When we are left to do our job we will do it just as well and efficient.
Microsoft’s criminal investigation is a Romanian one made by the DNA. Several denunciations were received in this case, there were also ex officio petitions on which the file was opened, there was a very close cooperation with the SRI. It was not an investigation coordinated by authorities or a foreign agency.
The prosecutor in charge (Mihaela Moraru) has been co-operating with various agencies in the US and, in particular, with Microsoft, which has no criminal implications in the file, but has provided much useful information to the investigation.
We also had cooperation activities with authorities in Europe. Somehow we can say that it is an international investigation, but the main activities of the ex officio referral and the administration of the evidence were done by the DNA in cooperation with the SRI.
The FBI did not make an official referral, it did not transmit official information in this investigation. It’s possible that in a parallel investigation conducted by this American agency it was tangential information useful to the cause, but not from the FBI initiated the investigation.
Collaboration with US agencies began a few years ago and was well underway this year. Most information was obtained this year. It has been working constantly since 2013 so far.
In the summer of 2013, the case was assigned to a prosecutor and a police force whose main priority was the completion of the investigation, I tried to relieve the case prosecutor of other activities, all the letters rogatory I had with the authorities from other states . An important part was the fact that people came to denounce facts in this case. „
18 June 2017 – Ex President Traian Basescu
“Dragnea: December 2016, installs a FSN-like regime, similar to the Communist regime, under which, under the command of a single man, the party replaces both the government and the parliament.
The effect? Romania returns to the „political values” of the early 1990s, under the eyes of a majority population tolerant to democratic, fundamental rights and the rule of law, wage increases and welfare benefits.
Victor Ponta (ex DLAF Director and associate with Sebastian Ghita): In 2012, on suspension (of the President Traian Basescu), it blocks the right of the CCR to verify for constitutionality the decisions of the Parliament.
The effect? Both the EU and the US question the rule of law in Romania, the obligations of the MCV are multiplied, and the EU decides to block access to the Schengen area, which was due to take place from 1 October 2012.
Sorin Grindeanu (Victor Ponta ally): servile and humble, in February 2017, emits, without a public debate, the famous 13th OUG dedicated to covering the corruption of his party boss, Liviu Dragnea and not the penitentiary decongestion. The effect? Europeans question the rule of law in Romania and hundreds of thousands of Romanians go out into the street demanding the departure of the government. 
17 June 2017 – Joseph Daul’s (President PPE) special envoy to Romania, Secretary General PPE, Antonio Lopez Isturiz White:
This socialist government is worthy of the Book of Records on wrong politics and wrong politicians. In five months of government, their only achievement is the largest anti-government protest since 1989 (anti-corruption). And it will be the shortest-lived government in the recent history of the EU. I do not have to say again that this will be because of their own party. Indeed, this government beats all records, but most importantly it is bad for Romania and it is bad for the EU ”  Calin Popescu Tariceanu (ALDE) is playing a major role in the current political turmoil generated by the fight between “clans” of corrupt politicians.
17 June 2017 – Traian Basescu:
„Unfortunately, the struggle for power and influence of the PSD (Ion Iliescu “crime against humanity” neocommunists) clans was transferred under the Parliament’s dome. Of course, the PSD cur (mongrel dog) companion, Calin Popescu Tariceanu, will lead the works of the Reunited Chambers. In such an internal dispute, no other parliamentary party should be in the hall. Only in this way could the PSD understand how ridiculous it was, Dragnea could understand that the Teleorman-type cunning did not hold room for intelligence and the Romanians would see with their eyes what poor people voted.”
17 June 2017 – Ex Minister EU Structural Funds Elena Udrea:
„Liviu Dragnea made a mistake impossible to understand trying to change his own Government in this way. At this point, Mr. Dragnea himself at a time believed that he had a deal with Coldea, and the Dragnea or Dragnea group and the people around him in the PSD are facing the system, because there are more than those around Grindeanu, the Dragnea camp Confronted with the System itself. The battle is not with Grindeanu. There are enough MPs in the PSD, in the ALDE (Calin Popescu Tariceanu) who can be blackmailed and in the PNL, not to mention, that they receive the order from the Cotroceni System and execute it.” 
14 June 2017 – THE ROMANIAN ANTI-CORRUPTION PROCESS: SUCCESSES AND EXCESSES – The U.S. Helsinki Commission’s hearing on June 14, 2017 
“Several areas of Romania’s anti-corruption measures, had been tainted by the politicization of justice, collusion between prosecutors and the executive branch, intelligence agency influence over the process, lack of judicial independence and other abuses of the process” thus, “the fight against corruption itself has been corrupted” […] the EU CVM progress reports are false (“doubted the accuracy”) due to the Union’s “epic capacity for wishful thinking” while the fight against corruption as “a matter of national security” is doomed because “This is what leaving the policy playing field looks like” allowing corruption to spread and create weaknesses within Romanian institutions would allow for future exploitation by Russia. and Microsoft – EU Commission – OLAF.
13 June 2017 – General in Chief Secret Services Dumitru Iliescu
” Another action was to create a portfolio of magistrates – prosecutors and judges – to respond positively to SRI requests. In these files were magistrates [..]
In order to get them out of the political (business) game those who were uncomfortable.
When a person was inconvenient, SRI was building the file. Interceptions were made and often their transcript was done after mixes, and then the originals disappeared.
Not all magistrates were in this situation.
The circuit of a SRI-built file – records, the transcript after the assemblies was forwarded to the prosecutor in the portfolio they had already, with the solution for the order, and to the court to which the dossier file was sent to with the decision already taken.[…] Another SRI objective was media control : „Through their under cover officers they had in the media, they published very serious accusations against those being investigated”
13 June 2017 – Minister EU Funds Elena Udrea (charged in the Microsoft Scandal):
“The fact that these truths are now also said even within the system may, this time, also have a consequence in the legal plan. Thus, we have come to trivialize, to turn into gossip things that in any society, in any state of law, would trigger real revolutions […]
It’s been two years since I said that the stake in involving people in the service, headed by Mr. Coldea, in politics, at the top of society, in terms of eliminating or silencing some people in the press, is an economic one. […] I’ve been saying since then that these people were involved in business, took commissions from business people they would accept to be attended of, and I gave the example with my ex-husband. […] He was unable to recognize the facts, because they asked him while they arrested him, but (…) he was one of those who gave money to the heads of the Romanian Intelligence Service”.
13 June 2017 – European Court of Human Rights – Wheels of Justice
The legal wheels began moving again after the European Court of Human Rights criticised Bucharest in 2014 for failing to fully examine the crimes committed in the aftermath of the revolution. “On June 11 and 12, 1990, the authorities decided to launch a violent attack on peacefully demonstrating protesters” opposed to the new regime which Iliescu headed after his election the month before, the prosecutor’s office said. Besides the four dead, a further 1,380 injured and 1,250 arrested, according to the charge sheet. […] After quashing the protest, Iliescu thanked the miners for their “high sense of civic duty”. […] The former president, now 87, would go to serve two further terms before leaving office in 2004.First accused in 2005 before charges of murder and attempted murder were dropped on technicalities two years later, he denies being responsible for the violence which brought widespread international condemnation.
13 September 2010 – MICROSOFT PRESIDENT BRAD SMITH
A story in yesterday’s New York Times reports on anti-piracy enforcement actions in Russia that have been used for more nefarious purposes than protecting intellectual property rights.
As General Counsel for Microsoft, it was not the type of story that felt good to read.
It described instances in which authorities had used piracy charges concerning Microsoft software to confiscate computers and harass non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and others engaged in public advocacy. It suggested that there had been cases when our own counsel at law firms had failed to help clear things up and had made matters worse instead.
Whatever the circumstances of the particular cases the New York Times described, we want to be clear that we unequivocally abhor any attempt to leverage intellectual property rights to stifle political advocacy or pursue improper personal gain. We are moving swiftly to seek to remove any incentive or ability to engage in such behavior.
Some of our internal teams around the world were already looking at these issues, and they had turned to human rights advocates to ask for advice. We pulled these internal teams together to assess the issues raised in the New York Times story, and yesterday morning we had our internal counsel in Moscow, Paris, and London on the phone with a number of our senior Legal and Corporate Affairs personnel from the Seattle area.
Our first step is clear-cut. We must accept responsibility and assume accountability for our anti-piracy work, including the good and the bad. At this point some of the specific facts are less clear than we would like. We will retain an international law firm that has not been involved in the anti-piracy work to conduct an independent investigation, report on its conclusions, and advise us of new measures we should take.
We don’t, however, want simply to wait for the outcome of this review. Yesterday we therefore focused on two principal questions:
Can we do more with our existing software donation program for non-government organizations to protect human rights groups and journalists from unwarranted piracy accusations in these situations?
Are there additional steps that we can take to stop individuals who are fraudulently pretending to act on our behalf in order to extort organizations with threats of piracy charges?
As we talked through each issue, it became clear that there are some immediate steps we can take to start to improve the situation markedly. We therefore decided to pursue the following:
To prevent non-government organizations from falling victim to nefarious actions taken in the guise of anti-piracy enforcement, Microsoft will create a new unilateral software license for NGOs that will ensure they have free, legal copies of our products.
This step makes sense for a couple of reasons. First, it builds on our existing work to provide NGOs with donated software, which we’ve been doing for many years in the United States and have expanded over the past few years to over 30 countries, including Russia, where we launched the Infodonor program last year. Under our existing program each NGO can obtain free of charge six different Microsoft software titles for up to 50 PCs. They can then obtain 300 new licenses every other year. In the past year, we donated software with a fair market value of over $390 million to over 42,000 NGOs around the world. (Clearly, we’re trying to donate our software to NGOs, not focus on them as anti-piracy targets.)
One challenge, however, is that some NGOs in a number of countries, including Russia, are unaware of our program or do not know how to navigate its logistical processes, which involves ordering the donated software through a Microsoft partner. We’ll solve this problem by providing a unilateral NGO Software License that runs automatically from Microsoft to NGOs and covers the software already installed on their PCs. We’ll make this new, non-transferable license applicable to NGOs in a number of countries, including in Russia. We will also make it available to appropriate journalists’ organizations in order to include small newspapers and independent media. Because it’s automatic, they won’t need to take any steps to benefit from its terms.
We’d still like to move NGOs to our existing donation program over time, because it better enables organizations to keep their software up-to-date and secure. For this reason, this new unilateral software license will last until 2012, giving us plenty of time to help them move to the standard program. (And if we learn that they need more time, we can always make that arrangement.)
The second reason this step makes sense is because it cuts in one swoop the Gordian knot that otherwise is getting in the way of our desired handling of these legal issues. The law in Russia (and many other countries) requires that one must provide truthful information about the facts in response to a subpoena or other judicial process. With this new software license, we effectively change the factual situation at hand. Now our information will fully exonerate any qualifying NGO, by showing that it has a valid license to our software.
Of course, to be effective this information needs to make its way through the legal process and into the courtroom.
For this reason, we’re creating in Russia a new NGO Legal Assistance Program focused specifically on helping NGOs document to the authorities that this new software license proves that they have legal software.
To distribute information broadly across the country, we will publish and circulate to relevant authorities in Russia the terms of our newly announced NGO Software License and provide information about it on the web. We’ll also publish contact details so NGOs and others can alert Microsoft to any questions from authorities regarding how its coverage applies to them.
In addition, upon request by an NGO, the relevant authorities or, as appropriate at our own initiative, Microsoft, will provide a letter setting out the terms of the NGO Software License and will affirm that the NGO is covered by its terms. This will thereby make clear that the NGO is not using illegal Microsoft products and that there is no basis for any claim of copyright infringement in the matter.
We’ll also implement a number of other specific steps to ensure that our outside lawyers are well-trained in administering the NGO Software License. During the past year we instituted mandatory training for our 40 outside counsel in Russia, and this will take that work a step further. Finally, Microsoft internal counsel in Russia will take a more direct role in engaging with relevant authorities and will travel wherever necessary in Russia to meet personally with local authorities to explain the coverage of the NGO Software License.
Finally, we will undertake new steps to protect against third parties pretending to represent Microsoft in order to extort money for illegal software use. Our team in Russia had already started work to address this by creating a list on the web of our authorized counsel, so that anyone can review this and readily check someone’s claim that they represent Microsoft. This is a good step, but we can and should do more. For that reason, I’ve asked our team to develop a new program that can begin functioning next month, and I’ve told them that we’ll provide the budget and resources needed to get this working effectively.
Ultimately, our goals are straightforward. We aim to reduce the piracy and counterfeiting of software, and we aim to do this in a manner that respects fundamental human rights.
Piracy is a very real problem. It costs jobs and business growth and can cheat consumers who think they’re paying for genuine products. We know for a fact that the reduction of software piracy has breathed new life into Russia’s own software industry and has created new jobs in our industry, both at Russian software companies and for U.S. software exporters.
But none of this should create a pretext for the inappropriate pursuit of NGOs, newspapers, or other participants in civil society. And we certainly don’t want to contribute to any such effort, even inadvertently.
At the end of the day, it’s clear that we have a responsibility to take new steps to address this situation, working in partnership with the various stakeholders concerned about this issue. The steps described above should start to move us in that direction. If needed, we will take further steps to ensure that they are effective.
Posted by Brad Smith
Senior Vice President and Microsoft General Counsel 
Uncomfortables – Undertakers (SRI) – Microsoft – EU Commission – OLAF
“Uncomfortable” persons who were “inconvenient” to the SRI (beneficiary of the Microsoft – RSC – Medist – Asesoft – Teamnet – EU Commission – OLAF frauds), were “get out” of the economic “game” by SRI – DNA – Judges (the “tactical field” of justice), by means of deceive, terror and/or assassination.
SRI would fabricate a criminal case on the name of the “Uncomfortable” entity (Omnis, Serban Ghenea, Dragos Riscanu) and gave the file to one “portfolio” prosecutor who was part of their “portfolio” of under cover agents in the judiciary.
SRI would monitor, provoke and record the “uncomfortable” entity, would professionally mix different parts of the conversations into fabricated incriminatory “evidence” and destroy the originals.
SRI would send the “evidence” to the “portfolio” prosecutor and the prosecutor would sign and send the SRI “judgment” to those judges in the SRI “portfolio”.
SRI is also using under cover officers active in the mass media institutions in order to publish denigrator articles and fake news regarding their targets, which are used also by the “portfolio” prosecutors and judges.
CAVEAT – Omnis and ourselves became targets of the above mentioned mechanisms since the year 2000, after we refused to associate with the “vile system”, and started to legitimately and legally criticize Microsoft and their criminal associates.
Please read carefully what one of the best informed people in Romania General Secret Services Dumitru Iliescu is declaring under oath (and is only part of what the assassins are actually doing):
„Actions have been taken to assure the loyalty of some local government officials – the most important mayors, because they played a special role in organizing the elections. Another action was to create a portfolio of magistrates – prosecutors and judges – to respond positively to SRI requests.
In these files were magistrates – under cover officers of the SRI. When the law changed and was banning them from being part of the SRI, they were put in reserve (but kept their jobs : prosecutors, judges, journalists, etc.) ”
Why was this portfolio needed? „In order to get them out of the political game those who were uncomfortable. When a person was inconvenient, SRI was building the file. Interceptions were made and often their transcript was done after mixes, and then the originals disappeared. Not all magistrates were in this situation. The circuit of a SRI-built file – records, the transcript after the assemblies was forwarded to the prosecutor in the portfolio they had already, with the solution for the order, and to the court to which the dossier file was sent to with the decision already taken. „These activities were run in order to control the financial flows of banking institutions with the ultimate goal of controlling commissions. The financing of the 2009 campaign, but also of other campaigns, was also due to the control of these financial flows.”
Another SRI objective was media control : „Through their under cover officers they had in the media, they published very serious accusations against those being investigated”
“Yes I am 100% convinced that the elections of 2009 were embezzled, as were also the elections of 2014.”
CONCLUSION: These are the people and the methods Microsoft – EU Commission – OLAF do associate with in order to embezzle hundreds of billions of euro, while braking all the laws known to people and infringing all the fundamental rights in the name of democracy.
“BOMB” from the Constitutional Court: Kovesi is REQUIRED to come to the Parliament
The referral filed by the PNL and the USR on the amendments to the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate was rejected by the judges of the Constitutional Court.
The main amendment to the Regulation provides for the obligation of any person to appear before a parliamentary inquiry commission.
It was on this amendment that the PNL and the USR Constitutional Court had noticed, but the judges decided to reject
SICILIAN MAFIA MEETS ROMANIAN MAFIA
Alessandro Buttice visits on 19 September 2006 the Romanian national tv station Realitatea Tv, owned by Sorin Ovidiu Vintu (SOV), one of the most dangerous proven criminals in Romania (the other is Sebastian Ghita, at the time associated with SOV) and delivers a terrorist message to the press, before visiting together with Cristian Unteanu, the summer reteat of SOV in order to receive orders and black caviar :
“I came to attend a seminar organized by the Media Union and the „International Federation of Journalists”, and here I am in a press office (Romania Tv) where I can see Romanian journalism in the process of making. […] The Romanian press is an active one, but it is still very young (8 April 1829 – first Romanian newspaper is printed) and inclined towards sensationalism.
Thus, OLAF would like journalists dealing with fraud and relating about fraud cases to know better about what European funding mechanisms are, so that they later could become specialists in investigating irregularities. The risk arises when the press distributes a message like, „Everyone is corrupt, everyone is doing scams,” and after (OLAF) solving some cases (OF/2005/0417), the message would logically turn into
„None is corrupt, no one is cheating.” 
1.2 – State of play of judicial investigations conducted in Romania and scope of OLAF’s external investigation
As from 2004, several criminal investigations were opened in Romania in relation to the alleged facts. Between 2004 and October 2012, prosecution procedures launched were closed with unfavourable decisions towards OMNIS GROUP (closed cases or conviction under civil law).
On 8 October 2012, by order of Public Prosecutor of Bucharest Court, previous judicial decisions on the facts were ruled out and a new judicial investigation was opened under reference 85/P/2011 directed by Mrs MORARU. Public Prosecutor at the Directia Nationala Anticoruptie (DNA).
In this context, further to the request of Mrs MORARU in September 2012 to receive active support from OLAF, the case was reclassified by OLAF as an external investigation on 15 November 2012 but with the following limited scope of action: supporting the on-going investigations conducted in Romania by requesting crucial information from MICROSOFT CORPORATION (in particular the source code of NAVISION 3.60 software) so that the Romanian authorities could clarify if the softwares delivered by RSC correspond to softwares developed on basis of source codes of NAVISION 3.60 received from MICROSOFT CORPORATION or from piracy of ISIS.NET software owned by OMNIS GROUP.
Indeed, in the context of the judicial investigations initiated in Romania, RSC argued for its defense that the delivered softwares had been designed autonomously by RSC, in particular on the basis of source codes and applications provided for free by MICROSOFT CORPORATION, owner of NAVISION 3.60.
 When we stick to our values, people trust us.
 Annex 1
 Referring to the fortunes of the top intelligence services, Udrea also spoke about … the wardrobe of the former deputy head of the SRI, Florian Coldea. „When I met Mr. Coldea, he was dressed in Louis Vuitton, as long as we’re talking about shoes and bags. If they judged me and judged me for my shoes, I tell you that Mr. Coldea, and I was a the wife of a (very rich) businessman, dressed exactly in Louis Vuitton, and is not a cheap brand”. Revealed the former minister.
 The first Romanian newpaper Curierul Romanesc was printed on – 8 aprilie 1829 https://www.historia.ro/sectiune/general/articol/primul-ziar-romanesc-a-aparut-in-aprilie-1829-sa-ne-fie-rusine-rumanilor-ca-abia-acum-ne-am-desteptat
 ANNEX 1
Alessandro Buttice and Giovani Kessler have always been very appreciative of their collaboration with the DNA and DLAF.
Reporter: In acest caz ne puteti spune cum apreciati colaborarea cu ministrul Cristian David (ministru delegat pentru controlul implementarii programelor cu finantare internationala si urmarirea aplicarii acquis-ului comunitar) si cu organismul pe care acesta il conduce?
Alessandro Buttice: Colaborarea cu autoritatile investigative romane este foarte buna, ne sustinem reciproc in demersuri, multe lucruri trebuie facute, dar colaborarea este satisfacatoare.