• Vasil Bozhkov confesses for contract killings and threats to Peevski

      Vasil Bozhkov confesses for contract killings and threats to Peevski

      Vasil Bozhkov, known as the Bulgarian El Chapo, exposed himself as a mafia boss via Facebook post, which guaranteed him a long stay behind bars. After sending Sicilian style messages to prosecutors, who are investigating him, the gambling boss with 19 felony charges confessed that he was behind dozens of crimes and contract killings of enemies, who are inconvenient for him. In another pasquil, Bozhkov, who is hiding in Dubai, in a typical mafia way threatened again to the lawmaker from the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski. 

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    • Oligarch Prokopiev threatens to take power within weeks

      Oligarch Prokopiev threatens to take power within weeks

      The indicted oligarch for criminal privatisation Ivo Prokopiev has boasted that he is "taking power in a few weeks and then will rule the country with his friends from SIC party (SIC is a former protection racket group – editor’s note)". This was announced by the former MEP and current leader of the Anti-Corruption Front Nikolay Barekov in a live Facebook post on Wednesday. A day after he tried to reach the beach occupied by Ivo Prokopiev near Budjaka area rocks, Barekov tried to land there with a catamaran.

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    • Fantasy genre journalism: Nothing for Delyan Peevski? We will make it up!

      Fantasy genre journalism: Nothing for Delyan Peevski? We will make it up!

      "Well, I don't know about the protests abroad ... but I'll make it up!" Do you remember this winged blunder of the lover of protests and indicted oligarchs - the journalist from Bozhkov TV, as bTV became known, Kanna Racheva? In fact, "I'll make it up" is not just a talk or a blunder, it is a diagnosis. Of a whole guard of court freelance journalists serving the behind-the-scenes propaganda and manipulation machine of the same indicted oligarchs. The evidence is so much that, as in the old joke about the cops, we do not longer dare to open our fridge - a former State Security agent not to jump out from there.

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    • Hristo Ivanov scandal rocks mobster minions’ ranks

      Hristo Ivanov scandal rocks mobster minions’ ranks

      The simultaneously tragic and funny Facebook live broadcasted Sunday evening by Hristo Ivanov, former justice minister placed at that position by oligarch Ivo Prokopiev and current leader of the latter’s party Yes, Bulgaria, revealed his ties to not only the oligarchy but one of the  founders of the 1990s protection racket group SIK and current businessman and banker Mladen Mihalev-Madzho. The episode sent shockwaves through both the behind-the-scenes clique itself and its minions like Ivanov.

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    • Petition to impeach President Radev started

      Petition to impeach President Radev started

      In the aftermath of President Rumen Radev inciting the Bulgarian people to rebel, outraged citizens have started a petition against him. Thousands have already signed it, supporting the impeachment of the head of state, who essentially called for a civil war.

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    • Bulgarian El Chapo to enter politics

      Bulgarian El Chapo to enter politics

      The blood-thirsty oligarch Vasil Bozhkov, aka the Bulgarian El Chapo, is preparing to enter into politics. He will be the first to sign up for his own online political platform, as the oligarch hiding in Dubai from his 19 felony charges revealed himself.

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    • Free Europe’s fabrications and Delyan Peevski’s fault

      Free Europe’s fabrications and Delyan Peevski’s fault

      Radio Free Europe’s job is not to defame public figures and institutions. It is not, but that is exactly what the Bulgarian desk of this media outlet is doing. Systematically and purposefully at that. Almost with conviction. But even the worst expectations for this (anti)Bulgarian branch of this otherwise well-respected radio station could not have foreseen the recent brutal admission of disregard for journalistic principles on its part.

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