Romania's revolution drew to a close in the city of Targoviste with the execution of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena on Christmas day in 1989. It was the final and bloodiest chapter in the series of 1989 uprisings that toppled communism in Eastern Europe. Dan Voinea is a retired military prosecutor who played a role in ending the tyranny, and he shares his perspective on that tumultuous time.

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