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Intelligence Firm Bosses Plead Guilty in Romania Surveillance Case

Under a plea agreement, the heads of private corporate intelligence company Black Cube admitted spying on the former chief prosecutor at Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Directorate, Laura Kovesi.

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Romanian organised crime prosecutors on Tuesday asked for lenient sentences after the heads of corporate intelligence company Black Cube – Dan Zorella, Avi Yanus and Gal Farchi – admitted spying on the chief prosecutor at Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Directorate, Laura Kovesi, who has since taken the helm at the European Public Prosecutor’s Office.

The plea agreement included a 35-month suspended jail sentence for each man, to run concurrently with a three-year supervision programme. The court must confirm the verdict by February 17, according to the G4Media website.

Romanian prosecutors accuse Black Cube’s chiefs and employees of organising a criminal group, gaining illegal access to a computer system, the unauthorised transfer of computer data, computer forgery, illegal operations with computer devices and programmes, and violation of the secrecy of correspondence. 

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