The Associated Press
Published: August 10, 2007
BUCHAREST, Romania: Romania's Orthodox Church protested Friday allegations by a former anti-communist dissident that some of its top officials had ties to the communist-era secret police, the feared Securitate.
Mircea Dinescu, a poet who is now a board member of the state council for studying the Securitate archives, had claimed the late Metropolitan and Archbishop Antonie Plamadeala, who died in 2005, had been an undercover Securitate officer.
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