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    • Apparently scared by hard-hitting questions the Reporters avoided meeting with Telegraph Media

      Apparently scared by hard-hitting questions the Reporters avoided meeting with Telegraph Media

      The Reporters without Borders (RSF) have again ducked out of the meeting with the media outlets of Telegraph Media group. Following a number of letters and telephone calls to the NGO’s headquarters within the last two years in which we insisted on having a conversation with the organisation’s director general Christophe Deloire about the scandalously low and questionable 111th position of Bulgaria in the RSF press freedom ranking, on Tuesday the editors-in-chief of Monitor and Telegraph sent to him another invitation for a meeting.

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    • Are you afraid of truth, dear Reporters?

      Are you afraid of truth, dear Reporters?

      To any journalist the matter of great import is to ask questions and seek answers to the issues which society sees as essential. However, this primary postulate of our profession for years has been disregarded by people who are touring the world under the guise of free speech activists.

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    • Telegraph Media refers outrageous Black Swan case outcome to EC and SJC

      Telegraph Media refers outrageous Black Swan case outcome to EC and SJC

      The wife of judge №1 in the country Lozan Panov has a criminal record with the police. This is a fact of reality substantiated by an official document provided by the Ministry of Interior. As it turns out, the file on the case has not been saved, which destroys any chance of finding out what exactly Elisaveta Panova did 15 years ago. However, the mention of her name in a 2004 report of a suspected crime as a perpetrator of an act of hooliganism – resisting authorities, a misdemeanor under Art. 325, Par. 2 of the Penal Code – is still in the database.

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    • Guilty a priori

      Guilty a priori

      Do you remember an old nursery rhyme about a balloon blown with compressed air? Well, we all know how it ends. And these days we saw it vividly, when one prosecutor in one dark room by the wave of his pen erased the trademark of the most popular newspaper in Bulgaria – Telegraph.

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    • Prosecutor’s Office countermands controversial decision to erase Telegraph trademark

      Prosecutor’s Office countermands controversial decision to erase Telegraph trademark

      The Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office (SCPO) has reversed the order issued by Prosecutor Todor Todorov of the Sofia District Prosecutor’s Office (SDPO) for the Telegraph trademark to be erased, the administrative head of the SCPO Zornitsa Taskova has announced. The decision for the order to be cancelled on the grounds of being irregular is dated 17 June. The case has been returned to the SDPO for another ruling.

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    • Editors-in-chief of Telegraph Media meet Prosecutor General

      Editors-in-chief of Telegraph Media meet Prosecutor General

      The editors-in-chief of Telegraph Media group, Vasil Zahariev of Telegraph newspaper, Lyubomira Budakova of Monitor newspaper and agency, Natalia Radoslavova deputy editor-in-chief of Monitor Agency, Christie Petrova of Politika newspaper and chair of the editorial board of Meridian Match Angel Kishin met with Prosecutor General Sotir Tsatsarov to discuss the unprecedented attack against the most popular newspaper in Bulgaria.

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    • Tafrov latest one to attack Peevski’s media

      Tafrov latest one to attack Peevski’s media

      Stefan Tafrov, second on Democratic Bulgaria’s list of MEP candidates in the upcoming elections for European Parliament, demonstrated arrogance on network television. In his attempt to, as the entire oligarchic clique backing the parties that nominated him tends to do, condemn “the bad” publications of Delyan Peevski’s Telegraph Media (viewed as such because of the revelations they have made incriminating his mentor), he completely messed up and told an outright lie.  

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    • To 'poison' CorpBank's defrauded depositors

      To 'poison' CorpBank's defrauded depositors

      Prior to the collapse of the CorpBank pyramid scheme in 2014, Dunarit was used by Tsvetan Vassilev as a distribution centre through which credit facilities were provided by the bank and subsequently given out as “loans” to shell firms. Of course, without any collateral. According to reports by CorpBank's bankruptcy administrators, over BGN 90 million have been syphoned off through this scheme, subsequently captured by fictitious cessions at the time of sequestration.

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