ACCIAF

    • ACCIAF incriminates Boets in lying about filings

      ACCIAF incriminates Boets in lying about filings

      The Anti-Corruption Commission for Illegal Asset Forfeiture (ACCIAF) has responded to the PR campaign organised by fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev’s NGO Boets, headed by his minion Georgi Georgiev. According to the records office of the Commission, the civic movement is not telling the truth about filing dozens of reports of corruption. As it turns out, the ACCIAF received only two such filings, with Boets eventually disavowing one of them. Here is the ACCIAF statement in full:

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    • Court in Luxembourg gives Tsvetan Vassilev a slap in the face

      Court in Luxembourg gives Tsvetan Vassilev a slap in the face

      Civil forfeiture bears no relation to the result of the criminal proceedings, reads the statement of Eleanor Sharpston, Advocate General at the Court of Justice of the European Union. The statement was made in response to the interlocutory enquiry by Judge Katerina Encheva of Sofia City Court in the case of the Commission for Anti-Corruption and Illegal Assets Forfeiture (ACCIAF) concerning the forfeiture of assets of the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev who is hiding out in Serbia after he syphoned off CorpBank.

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    • Agent says something about Peevski to Frognews

      Agent says something about Peevski to Frognews

      The expression “a woman said” has been adopted and transformed by the website Frognews. The modern version is there to be seen on the platform of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, which is officially provided by journalist Ognyan Stefanov, aka Agent Academician of the former State Security. Instead of “a woman said” (at the market), the motto serving as banner over the libels and lies spread by the website is “an agent told” (Frognews).

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