Emiliyan Gebrev

    • Gebrev served as State Security agent under alias Dimov

      Gebrev served as State Security agent under alias Dimov

      Emiliyan Gebrev, the arms dealer who for months now has been in the media limelight owing to his attempts to lay hands on Dunarit and the claims that he was poisoned with Novichok nerve agent proved to have a file in the former State Security Service. On Tuesday, the Sofia City Administrative Court has launched a lawsuit in which Gebrev appealed the ruling of the Secret Files Commission.

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    • Why is Emiliyan Gebrev making the rounds of TV studios?

      Why is Emiliyan Gebrev making the rounds of TV studios?

      Tuesday: in the morning – half an hour of airtime on bTV, in the afternoon – 25 minutes on the Bulgarian National Radio, and that same night – one hour on the programme of Sasho Dikov. This is followed by 30 minutes on Bulgaria ON AIR on Wednesday morning. No, this is not the busy schedule of a rock star or some genius inventor. Neither is it the schedule of the country’s president, who surely would have something important to say to the nation.

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    • Emiliyan Gebrev lies about Dunarit on air

      Emiliyan Gebrev lies about Dunarit on air

      There is one basic rule that every liar tries to stick to: always remember exactly how you lied about something because the mastery of lying is in the details. In other words, in the era of internet and free access to information, every word can be checked and therefore be the reason why a lie is exposed. The arms dealer Emiliyan Gebrev must have skipped these lessons in his communist training prior to 10 November 1989 because he dares to lie shamelessly on national air these days – and about things that can be checked with one click, at that.

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    • Capital is persistent in lies about Peevski

      Capital is persistent in lies about Peevski

      What do the oligarchs put at stake in their battle against Delyan Peevski, the sworn enemy of the backstage machinations in Bulgaria? You can judge by yourselves if you only take the trouble to finger through the pages of the flagship newspaper of the oligarchs’ disinformation fleet – the Capital.

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    • Prosecutor General: No evidence Gebrev was poisoned with Novichok

      Prosecutor General: No evidence Gebrev was poisoned with Novichok

      There is no evidence to suggest that businessman Emiliyan Gebrev was poisoned with the same substance as Skripal. Blood and urine tests did not detect traces of the so-called Novichok nerve agent. The tests were conducted by an independent private Finish laboratory and Bulgarian forensic medicine experts. A GRU agent involved in the Skripal case was in Bulgaria on three separate occasions. Prosecutor General Sotir Tsatsarov reported all of this following a meeting with Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.

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    • Russian trace in money helping Gebrev seize Dunarit (INVESTIGATION)

      Russian trace in money helping Gebrev seize Dunarit (INVESTIGATION)

      A Russian trace and the shadow of the Federal Security Service (FSS) of Russia lurk around the money that Tsvetan Vassilev’s associate Emiliyan Gebrev paid to try and seize control of Dunarit. Meanwhile, in order to draw attention away from the Vassilev-Gebrev duo’s attempts to acquire the military plant with money that can be traced back to the Kremlin, the media outlets funded by the fugitive banker and his oligarchic friends are trying to pin non-existent appetites for Dunarit and absolutely fictitious Russian ties on lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski (See here).

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    • The money Gebrev paid to lay hands on Dunarit smacks of Russian ties

      The money Gebrev paid to lay hands on Dunarit smacks of Russian ties

      The Russian trace and shadow of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) transpire having in mind the hard cash which Emilian Gebrev, Vassilev’s associate, had paid to lay hands on Dunarit. For over two years now, the arms dealer has been trying to get registered as the owner of the military plant, the cost of which is estimated at around BGN 300m.

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