Former Hanoi chairman Nguyen Duc Chung masterminded the appropriation of classified documents in a case involving tech company Nhat Cuong, investigation found.
The Ministry of Public Security recommended Friday that Chung, 53, and Pham Quang Dung, a former official with the anti-corruption police department at the ministry, be charged with appropriation of classified documents.If convicted, they could face up to 15 years in prison.
Nguyen Hoang Trung, Chung's driver, and Nguyen Anh Ngoc, former deputy head of the editorial department at the city's People's Committee, face similar charges and jail terms of up to seven years.
Chung was arrested in August while three others were arrested in July.Their arrests are part of an investigation into alleged misappropriation of state secret documents in a case involving "smuggling, accounting violations, money laundering and bidding violations with serious consequences". ; at Nhat Cuong Technical Service Trading Co.,Ltd.Ltd.
Chung, who was identified as being involved in the case in Nhat Cuong, contacted Dung through a third party.According to authorities, Dung, who was involved in the investigation of Nhat Cuong, was asked to collect relevant information and find out the role of Chung and his wife.
From July last year to June this year, Dung stole 9 secret documents 5 times.He copied documents at work and brought them home, even breaking into an official's office using a forged key.
Authorities believe that Dung had three times handed over classified documents to Chung.Chung gave Dung $10,000 to apply for a job.
Then Trung asked Ngoc to print out 3 other secret documents and give them to Chung.
The ministry said Chung masterminded the appropriation of secret documents, the remaining three were accomplices, said Chung and his accomplices had admitted their crime.
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