Disinfo: The murder suspect from Caracal supplies girls to NATO soldiers


New information emerges in the case of the horrific crimes in Caracal, which scandalised, horrified and terrified a whole country.

According to the local press, the man was part of a network that “supplies” girls to American soldiers at Deveselu.


A new take on attempts to manipulate and misconstrue the role of the missile defense system in Deveselu and the personnel staffing it.

DIICOT (Direction for the Investigation of Organised Crime and Terrorism Offences) Romania officially denied the claims published by a local newspaper from Olt, according to which a rape and murder suspect had been investigated for supplying girls to the American military in Deveselu. Mihaela Porime, spokesperson for DIICOT, told G4Media.ro that the information is not true.

This is not the first time pro-Kremlin media uses fake stories to discredit NATO troops. See the "fake rape" story in Lithuania.



  • Reported in: Issue159
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 28/07/2019
  • Language/target audience: Romanian
  • Country: Romania, US
  • Keywords: Organised crime, NATO


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