“Everyone has a price, the important thing is to find out what it is,” said one of the world’s most formidable gangsters, Pablo Escobar. His words have clearly become a motto for his Bulgarian counterpart – Tsvetan Vassilev, who has been hiding from the Bulgarian judicial system for the past more than five years. The banker, who managed to transfer billions of CorpBank depositors’ money to his own accounts as if with the wave of a magic wand, is good at spending other people’s money on polishing his image, defaming his enemies and protecting his own interests. However, he is doing that with mixed results, lately trending towards zero. Because when you shell out on frogs, you get a swamp.