If Dan Adamescu's allies have it right, the publisher of Romania's leading opposition newspaper, the aptly-titled Romania Libera, is being persecuted by for opposing outgoing prime minister Victor Ponta. The charge? Publishing a periodical which, for the better part of two decades, has served as an independent platform for investigative journalism in the former communist country. Now awaiting trial on corruption charges, the future does not look bright for the 66-year-old. Jewish entrepeneur. Adamescu's son Alexander spoke to EURACTIV about his father's plight.