"Yes, there was a house search, housing is the usual part of the procedure, a representative is still in front of all the questions, you want to clarify yourself in every way" said the chief of staff of György Simonka de Népsavas.
Magyarnarancs.hu wrote on Wednesday morning that the day before, a search was made on the property of the new serpent, where the Fidesz parliamentarian, deprived of his immunity, has long lived for the rest of his life. The RTL Club also added that police officers had left the premises of a bustling company and the Fidesz office in Oradea, and had computers and documents. Pictures of several police cars arriving at the scene were also reported. According to anonymous sources from Népszava
there were more than twenty properties in the Simonka case, some "investigative plot," and sometimes ten to twelve cars arrived at various places of investigation.
The Central Investigative Office investigates criminal gangs and other criminal offenses that are particularly serious in material mismanagement. Prosecutors suspected that entrepreneurs in excess of investment should repay 45% of the price paid to Simonk in cash. According to the prosecution, the network deceived 1.4 billion.