AKYLE SECURITY, a company that provides security and protection services, received from the DISTRIBUTION SOCIETY OF ELECTRICITY (SDEE) TRANSILVANIA NORD SA a contract worth over 1 million lei for the provision of security and protection services of various objectives. Even though, at the last balance sheet, the company stated that it has no employees, their offer came bundled with a subcontracting agreement for services to PP Protect, the company of Teodor Pop Pușcaș, the former head of the Cluj police. Akyle Security is connected to the “black” police business: suspicious drug operations and the famous Shanghai prostitution case, which targets several heads of the Capital’s police. The shareholders of the security company also include a deputy mayor of the Capital.
In 2019, ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION SOCIETY (SDEE) TRANSILVANIA NORD SA awarded the tender “Guest services with authorized agents for 8 objectives belonging to the Electricity Distribution Company Transilvania Nord SA – Branch Cluj-Napoca ”of AKYLE SECURITY. The value of the contract is 1,008,451.2 lei, excluding VAT.
The company that won the auction is managed by the former deputy mayor of the Capital City Hall, IONESCU ROBERT CONSTANTIN, which is also a shareholder. Along with him, POPA MARIAN COSTEL (majority shareholder) also owned shares, which transferred its stake to Cristescu Alexandru Vlad Mihai, MARCU CONSTANTIN, who transferred his shares to Marcu Firuta Marieta, and PITCOVICI CONSTANTIN, who transferred his package of shares to Pitcovici Maria.
The respective contract was contested by the other companies that participated in the auction, and ultimately, even those from Electrica came to open a process on which, on top (!) they also won it.
What is interesting is that Akyle ended up winning the auction in the event that they submitted an agreement signed with the Cluj company PP Protect, which belongs to Teodor Pop Pușcaș, the former head of the Cluj police.
“The amount of benefits is not mentioned in the content of the agreement concluded between Akyle Security as a general contractor and PP Protect Security as a subcontractor, according to art 3 of the agreement, the parties established that
And in this situation, the contracting authority, ie those from Electrica, did not request any further clarification. Perhaps for this reason, the offer of those from Akyle, who initially won the contract, was the largest, of 14.39 lei / hour.
The bizarie on the edge of this auction continues. A month ago, the contracting authority opened a lawsuit against Akyle, and the court ordered the re-evaluation of one of the tenders that participated in the tender.
Connections with one of the SRI “phalanges” and drug business
The administrator of Akyle, Robert Constantin Ionescu, is a lawyer by profession and close to Emil Boc. In 2009, the mayor of Cluj, who at that time was the Prime Minister of Romania, appointed Robert Constantin as president of the Compensation Agency for Special Technical Acquisitions. Through this Agency, the money spent on acquisitions in the field of national security returns, in one form or another, to the Romanian economy in the form of investments, exports, subcontracting in the national economy from foreign companies, technology transfer, donations, training. Offset contracts accompany a procurement contract in the military field.
Basically, the agency is a phalanx of the Romanian Intelligence Service.
Constantin Piccovici, is 82 years old and is a shareholder with 22 % from Akyle Security. He is the father of former police officer Petru Daniel Pitcovici, a former police officer in the Anti-Drug Directorate and a former head of the General Anticorruption Directorate in the Ministry of Interior. He was involved in suspicious operations with high-risk narcotics, trafficked from South America to Europe, but also convicted in the case of businessman Puiu Popoviciu.
Links to corruption in DGIPI
Also connected to Puiu Popoviciu is the former police officer Marian Mandroc, one of the directors of the security company Akyle Security who also held the position of administrator of the company. Mandroc’s name appears in the case of former DGIPI chief Cornel Şerban, the first head of the Directorate convicted of corruption.
According to the report for the arrest proposal made by the prosecutors, Officer Ion Motoc (Denunter of the head of DGIPI) stated that he was contacted by telephone on 16 December 2008 by the DGA officer, Petru Piccovici, who invited him to a discussion in the office of former head of DGIPI, Cornel Şerban, but Motoc refused. As a result, Piccovici told him he would come to DNA headquarters. When they met, Piccovici asked Motoc for information about the file in which Popoviciu is being investigated, insisting that the DNA officer tell him which prosecutor is handling the businessman’s case. Immediately after the meeting with the DGA officer, Motoc made the denunciation, it is shown in the DNA report. On December 17, 2008, Ion Motoc was contacted by Marian Mandroc, “a mutual friend”, who informed him that the head of DGIPI, Cornel Şerban, “she wants to see him to discuss something”. Prosecutors do not give details about Marian Mandroc, nor do they specify whether he is Romania’s internal attaché in Rome, a position he held until 2014. Proud also held the position of Chief Antifraud at the 3 Sector Police in Bucharest.
According to journalistic investigations published by Cătălin Tolontan, former police officer Mandroc was recognized by one of the girls forced to prostitute himself as one of her clients. At that time, the girl was 16 years old. On the other hand, Mandroc completely denied his involvement.
In the Shanghai File, a group of Chinese sexually exploit girls under the screen of a massage parlor and the Shanghai restaurant in the Capital. In this business, dozens of police officers, financial guard commissioners, magistrates and SRI officers protect the network and receive money and sexual favors from girls abducted by the Chinese, some minors. In parallel, other SRI officers, DIICOT police and prosecutors are setting up the network and catching it in December 2005. However, only a few Chinese and their “fish” are sent to court and convicted. The rest of the file, which looked at the Romanian complicit officers and other Chinese “heavy”, was covered up. Among the VIPs in the file are Marius Olteanu, the chief prosecutor from the Criminal Investigation Section of the Military Court of Appeal, Gabriel Predoiu, former head of office in SRI, Silviu Predoiu’s brother, former head of the SIE, Alexandru Bureșin, former head of the anti-terror brigade of SRI, Bujor Florescu, former deputy DGIPI, secret service of the Ministry of Interior, George Cioclea, economic director at the City Hall of the Sector 4.
In 2011, Prime Minister Emil Boc, the current mayor of Cluj, participated in the inauguration of China Town, the Chinese business in the Shanghai case. The complex was inaugurated together with Wang Yan, one of the Chinese involved in the Shanghai File.
Venezuela cocaine and manure for Puiu Popoviciu
In December 2002, the Directorate-General for Combating Organized Crime and Anti-Drug (DGCCOA) launched an operation to annihilate drug dealer Beke Alexandru and his network in Venezuela. Agent Petre Dumitrescu, alias – Rodriguez -, infiltrated the criminal organization, had to take over a quantity of drugs. It is a quantity of 5 -15 kilograms of cocaine that Horia Mateescu, called “Tony”, Petru Piccovici, called “Pepi”, and Marius Sorin Bozgan, were to teach to the covered officers, said “Vali. The operation was coordinated by former DIICOT prosecutor, currently a lawyer, Flavius Crăznic.
The drugs were removed from Otopeni Airport in a suitcase and handed over, in the absence of prosecutor Flavius Crăznic, to officer Petru Piccovici. This operation did not follow the legal procedures, as no minutes were drawn up. The drugs were not recorded, analyzed and deposited in the crime scene and disappeared.
In 2016, Petru Piccovici, Chief Commissioner of DGA, was detained by DIICOT prosecutors in a drug trafficking case, financing and favoring the perpetrator. The case was not sent to trial.
In 2017, Petru Piccovici received a final sentence of two years in prison with suspension in the case of businessman Puiu Popoviciu.