There are high chances for Gregorian Bivolaru to be soon released

Bucharest, April 7, 2005. Gregorian Bivolaru’s trial has started today, on April 7, in Sweden. The Court of Justice in Malmo has decided to restrain him for two more weeks, until the Romanian authorities send the documents regarding the alleged crimes, which could justify the extradition request. The restraining decision can be rejected by appeal.

Gregorian Bivolaru is being judged in Sweden for the accusations that the international search warrant was issued for. The accusations are: sexual intercourse with minor, sexual perversion, sexual corruption against minor Madalina Dumitru. Mr. Gabriel Andreescu from APADOR-CH, the Association on the Defense of Human Rights in Romania stated: “the file against Mr. Gregorian Bivolaru is quite debatable”.

To appear in front of the Court for this trial, which is different from the trial regarding the political asylum, Mr. Gregorian Bivolaru is assisted by another lawyer, a specialist in penal law to defend him.

Mr. Gregorian Bivolaru’s lawyers in Sweden state that the file evidence is unsupported, which will make the trial easy and quick; so there are high chances for Gregorian Bivolaru to be released.

According to the Swedish legislation, any other attempt to fabric a new file or accusation against Gregorian Bivolaru will be rejected. This means, Gregorian Bivolaru will be set free for good in Sweden, no matter the Romanian prosecutors should fabricate other accusations after the sentence in this trial.

Gregorian Bivolaru was retrained according to the official procedure on Monday, April 4, during his second appearance for requesting the political asylum in Sweden. Gregorian Bivolaru is presently under arrest, at the Malmo Police, in proper conditions, even his option for a vegetarian menu is being considered. The formalities are absolutely regular, according to the legal procedure.

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