The Romanian Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) is currently investigating the way in which the “Rezist” movement is financed, suspecting organizations within the movement of organized crime and money laundering, Mediafax reports.
Some of these organizations include Declic, an NGO used to support movements within the nation that organize protests in Bucharest, and others like VaVedem, Corupția Ucide, Oradea Civic, Funky Citizens, Just, and Rezistența TV. Results from the investigation so far, which consist of a scan of unspecified cryptocurrency addresses tied to Rezist movement, reveal 403 transactions and a total of $14.9 million transferred in the last three years.
Following the money
According to Mediafax’s source, the public prosecutor i…
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