• No indication of US authorities investigating Peevski

      No indication of US authorities investigating Peevski

      There is “no evidence that Mr. Peevski is being investigated by U.S. authorities for any reason nor is there any sign that he is in danger of being accused under the Magnitsky law,” according to Jeffrey Birnbaum, president of the prestigious US company BGR Public Relations. His cites “extensive conversations with U.S. government officials” as basis for his conclusion.

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    • Capital bursts bubble about Peevski by overinflating Dunarit lies

      Capital bursts bubble about Peevski by overinflating Dunarit lies

      In an attempt to act swiftly in service of the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev and his pawn Emiliyan Gebrev, Capital inflated the propaganda balloon of fake news about Delyan Peevski so far that it burst. The people of the indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev concocted a classic disinformation scheme dedicated to the Dunarit saga and published it both in Capital’s online and paper editions.

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    • Bulgaria busts terrorist financing ring

      Bulgaria busts terrorist financing ring

      Bulgarian special police forces arrested 43 people on Friday in coordinated raids across the country on a suspected terrorism financing ring. Prosecutors said one of those arrested was a Syrian citizen residing in Bulgaria who is suspected of sending money to people who back international terrorist groups.

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    • Combat for Petrol

      Combat for Petrol

      Do you remember the dozens of interviews given by Tsvetan Vassilev & Co. and the articles ran by the oligarchs’ media outlets against the amendments to the Bank Insolvency Act approved by the National Assembly and incited by the CorpBank case? If you are still wondering what all the hubbub was about, the saga surrounding Petrol Holding, which was funded with CorpBank loans for nearly €200m, is the perfect illustration for the reasons behind the commotion.

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    • Shell companies and offshore firm implicated in theft of land plots and hotels

      Shell companies and offshore firm implicated in theft of land plots and hotels

      On 3 November 2016, the bankruptcy administrators of CorpBank came out with a public statement. They sent an alarming letter to the President, Prosecutor General and Minister of Interior in which they insist that an investigation should be launched of the secondary looting of assets financed with the loans provided by the bank which Tsvetan Vassilev made bankrupt.

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    • Operation “deboning” in Paracin

      Operation “deboning” in Paracin

      After the Bulgarian Madoff set foot in the Paracin Glass Factory in Serbia, the factory had only one way to go – down to the bottom. The scam actor is skillful in employing his schemes polished in CorpBank affair and tries to generate maximum profit for himself showing brazen disregard to those who work in these factory. The pseudo-investor couldn’t care less about the protests of workers against wage arrears.

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    • Gebrev’s firm is on US black list

      Gebrev’s firm is on US black list

      In 2017, it became clear that EMCO has been on the US State Department’s black list for at least two years. The list features a multitude of companies banned from trading on the US market, but Gebrev’s EMCO is the only Bulgarian firm.

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    • Arms dealer receives first million from BCP

      Arms dealer receives first million from BCP

      Similar to Ivan Kostov, orchestrator of the shadily-conducted transition to democracy, arms dealer Emiliyan Gebrev owes his entire career to one person – Andrei Lukanov. The late prime minister was the ideologist of the transition period, which catapulted the Bulgarian Communist Party’s “Lab Assistant” (as was Gebrev’s alias) to power and gave away suitcases of money to the chosen ones among the faithful employees of the foreign-based enterprises that were in a symbiotic relationship with the State Security.

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    • Explosive Russian ties

      Explosive Russian ties

      The explosive Russian ties surface as the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev tries to get hold of Dunarity armory. The saga began with the appearance of Pierre Louvrier, manager of LIC33 firm. The firm posed as potential buyer of six “golden geese”: BTC, Dunarit, Avionams, NURTS, First Digital and GARB. To expedite the 1-euro deal Louvrier together with Vassilev made up a legend, according to which Louvrier was a “big investor”.

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