The Curious Case of Mihai Tanjala

Hey, does anyone remember the case of Mihail Boldea? Or Omar Hayssam? Oh, just me then? Fine. It’s shocking just how many high-level criminals under investigation by the Romanian authorities are allowed to leave the country. No, they don’t crawl under border fences or use assumed names; they use their own passports, which the vaunted…

Romanian Cops Engage In International Crime Spree

Ahh, it seems as though the good old Romanian police apparently are no longer satisfied with running scams in their own country and have decided to branch out to Denmark of all places. A Romanian thief was working at the behest of national authorities when he stole construction equipment from Danish firms, a report in…

Private Eye, Moldova Style!

You know, sometimes you can learn a lot about a country by staying abreast of what’s going on in the news and being published on the internet. But sometimes you really need to actually live in a place before you can discover what it’s really like. Case in point is this amazingly cool business card…

The Theft of the Century

The other day, after briefly mentioning how Kroll’s second report is now a month overdue (with no information about when it will ever be released), I remembered that somewhere in my archives I had a copy of the original Kroll report from April 2015. It’s a rather long and “boring” document but it is written…