Telegraph (16)

  • GRU general: Poison Skripal

    GRU general: Poison Skripal

    Senior Russian military intelligence officer Denis Sergeyev commanded the team suspected of the poisoning of the former GRU colonel Sergei Skripal. This is suggested by new evidence obtained by the BBC’s investigation and unveiled on its Newsnight late programme on 28 June. The developments came mere hours after British Prime Minister Theresa May, during her meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Osaka, called for the poisoners of Skripal and his daughter Yulia to be brought to justice immediately.

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  • Radan’s wet dreams

    Radan’s wet dreams

    The gods must be crazy! Bushman Radan Kanev and his tribal leader Ivan Kostov rose in arms against the idea of introducing the US model for parties’ funding in Europe. Purportedly concerned, the newly elected MEP Radan Kanev showed up at the bTV studio just to cover the idea with spittle.

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  • Agent Academician’s US RICO law ravings

    Agent Academician’s US RICO law ravings

    Last week the website Frognews, owned by Ognyan Stefanov, aka former State Security agent Academician, topped all previous fake-news items. In his article entitled “21 lawyers for Peevski and FIB (First Investment Bank) in New York, court to dig up bank accounts and offshore companies of the MP”, agent Academician outdid himself in fabrications and outright lies.

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  • Telegraph also asks to #Whom is Porozhanov

    Telegraph also asks to #Whom is Porozhanov

    Whose man is Porozhanov, asks Deutsche Welle (DW) in a commentary about Minister of Agriculture Rumen Porozhanov. Just hours later the commentary was reprinted by Club Z sustained by pharmaceutical boss Ognyan Donev. The Telegraph, as an objective and independent medium also joins in the query, as the query answers the key question, that is on whom the Agriculture Minister depends – is it Ivo Prokopiev, Ognyan Donev, Sasho Donchev or other oligarchs?

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  • Montenegro coup plotters colleagues of Skripal’s poisoners

    Montenegro coup plotters colleagues of Skripal’s poisoners

    The passports of the two Russians who were tried and sentenced in absentia for organising the 2016 attempted coup d'état in Montenegro were part of a series “reserved” for the Russian military intelligence GRU. The information was unearthed in a probe conducted jointly by the British website for investigative journalism Bellingcat and the Russian publication Insider. The special series of passports also connects the leaders of the Montenegro plot to three GRU agents involved in the use of the nerve agent Novichok in the UK town of Salisbury against the former double agent Sergei Skripal.

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  • Telegraph asks: Who interferes in personnel policy of judicial system

    Telegraph asks: Who interferes in personnel policy of judicial system

    At the end of the past week, the media outlets of the oligarchic behind-the-scenes clique, Dnevnik, Club Z, Frognews and Mediapool, circulated the next in a row ‘declaration’ addressed to the Supreme Judicial Council and authored by an NGO, namely the Bulgarian Judges Association, which received hundreds of thousands leva in grants from foreign foundations. Expectedly, their target again is the lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph and Monitor Delyan Peevski.

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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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  • State Security agents fabricate fake news

    State Security agents fabricate fake news

    Two former agents of the communist State Security mix a revolting concoction of fake news, disinformation and open lies which they use to poison the society. Bulgaria’s former ambassador to Moscow Iliyan Vassilev, who worked for the foreign intelligence service of the totalitarian regime under the alias of “Agent Sasho” and Ognyan Stefanov, Agent Academician of the State Security counterintelligence, today are among the key characters in a horrendous large-scale manipulation aimed at covering up the Russian ties of the Bulgarian Madoff and imputing them to lawmaker Delyan Peevski.

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