Monitor News Agency (98)

  • 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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  • Former head of Border Police, involved in BGN 14m scheme, spews lies about Peevski on TV

    Former head of Border Police, involved in BGN 14m scheme, spews lies about Peevski on TV

    The fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev and his cronies – the indicted oligarchic publishers in Bulgaria – have found themselves in a personnel crisis. The unceasing attacks on their sworn enemy, lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski, must have run out of both talking points and mouthpieces because the behind-the-scenes clique dug deep into the slandering machine’s reserves.

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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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  • Russian protégé from Bivol lies about Peevski abroad (UPDATED)

    Russian protégé from Bivol lies about Peevski abroad (UPDATED)

    The Russian protégé working as the chief editor of the website for racketeering Bivol, Atanas Chobanov, has plastered a tonne of lies in the respected US magazine Newsweek. This is not the first time that Chobanov, who is the son-in-law of the long-time correspondent of RIA Novosti in Paris and Brussels Victor Onuchko (with ties with Kremlin), is trying to spread lies abroad in service of his oligarchic mentors.

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  • Delyan Peevski: Pawns of Vassilev spew fake news against the lawmaker

    Delyan Peevski: Pawns of Vassilev spew fake news against the lawmaker

    Pawns of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev are spewing fake news regarding the supposed poisoning of his friend Emiliyan Gebrev. Days after the newspaper Capital, published by another indicted oligarch in Ivo Prokopiev, spread the information that the arms dealer was given the Novichok nerve agent in 2015, the story was picked up by Vassilev’s NGO Boets. In a lengthy Facebook post, the organisation, which gained popularity with the fact that its boss Georgi Georgiev personally visited the fugitive banker in Belgrade, is once again trying to entangle the name of lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Deliyan Peevski in the whole mess of lies.

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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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