Below is the latest communique by military prosecutors into the bloodshed of December 1989 in Romania. A few important observations about who is accused, who is missing/has disappeared, and who is not mentioned.
Nicolae Ceausescu and the Securitate all but disappear from the post 22 December 1989 history of the Revolution, in the military prosecutors’ formulation.
1) The SECURITATE–the secret police of the communist regime of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu–is mentioned only in passing, in the context of having, along with all other armed state and party institutions, as having (allegedly) put themselves (in their totality) at the disposition of the CFSN and its leadership (in particular, Ion Iliescu) as of 4 pm on 22 December 1989.
2) The alleged diversion is attributed to the “Supreme Military Council” subordinated to the CFSN. Only two military officials of the Supreme Military Council are mentioned, both Army Generals, Victor Atanasie Stanculescu (active duty) and Nicolae Militaru (in the reserves at the time). (Ion Iliescu, Gelu Voican Voiculescu, Iosif Rus, and Emil Dumitrescu–the latter two air force and navy respectively–are said to have participated directly in carry out the diversion and disinformation; as Madalin Hodor noted, inexplicably, after previously being listed in earlier communique accusations, suddenly, Petre Roman is no longer listed as one of the guilty!). NO SECURITATE OFFICIALS ARE MENTIONED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ALLEGED DIVERSION!
3) SECURITATE Generals Iulian VLAD, Gianu BUCURESCU, Aristotel STAMATOIU, and Gheorge VASILE, all four of whom had been arrested at the time in late December 1989 for their alleged role in the bloodshed are NOT mentioned, suggesting that they had no role in the alleged diversion and were therefore unjustly arrested. (Moreover, since it is maintained that the terrorists were an invention, a fiction created by the so-called diversion, that means by definition there were no Securitate terrorists, that no Securitate were intentionally responsible for direct bloodshed after 22 December 1989)
4) Whereas Army Generals Stanculescu and Militaru are alleged to have participated in the alleged diversion, there is no mention of Major Mihai CHITAC, but especially there is no mention of Army General Stefan GUSA.
5) Nicolae and Elena Ceausescu are mentioned only in the context of witless victims, as the target of the dastardly diversion, as victims of a simulated criminal trial, sentencing, and execution.