The Archbishop Teodosie of Constanta in Eastern Romania is under investigation on corruption charges by Romania’s notorious National Anti-corruption Directorate (DNA).
On Monday, prosecutors placed him under judicial control for two months (60 days), pending an ongoing investigation. During this period, the Archbishop will have to appear in court, inform authorities as to his whereabouts, and avoid contact with his five co-defendants.
The high ranking orthodox cleric is suspected of taking...
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