Emiliyan Gebrev

    • After Raychev failed Evgenii Dainov was taken out of mothballs

      After Raychev failed Evgenii Dainov was taken out of mothballs

      After this week the oligarchic clique of indicted Ivo Prokopiev let out red shaman Andrey Raychev and tasked him to stand up for Prokopiev’s money, another prominent representative of the world of great spirits, Raychev’s fellow shaman from the other end of the political spectre, Evgenii Dainov was taken out of mothballs.

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    • Delyan Peevski and the plague that unmasked misanthropes

      Delyan Peevski and the plague that unmasked misanthropes

      The most recognisable symbol of the plague epidemic that swept across Europe in the 17th century is the doctor’s mask with the bird-like beak. The horrifying costume was created to protect physicians from the Black Death, which claimed over 70,000,000 victims on the continent. Despite the chilling image it presented, the mask ironically became a symbol of hope for salvation, lending the people who wore it the status of heroes.

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    • Kostov’s spokesperson fires fakes at Peevski

      Kostov’s spokesperson fires fakes at Peevski

      The arrest of Lazar Karadaliev, defence lawyer of the Bulgarian Madoff, has torn masks off the banker’s media partners and advocates. Quite surprisingly, instead of press office of the fugitive banker, Frognews site, which was supposed to respond first, the satellite site run by lifelong spokesperson of Ivan Kostov, Stoyana Georgieva, stole the initiative.

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    • Three GRU officers indicted over attempted poisoning of Gebrev

      Three GRU officers indicted over attempted poisoning of Gebrev

      Three officers of the Russian military intelligence (formerly known as GRU) have been charged with the attempted murder of arms dealer Emiliyan Gebrev, his son, and a third individual with the initials V.T., the Prosecutor’s Office announced on 23 January. According to an investigation conducted by the website Bellingcat, the defendants are Denis Sergeev (aka Sergey Fedotov), Sergey Lyutenko (aka Sergey Pavlov) and Piotr Borissov (aka Georgi Gorshkov).

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    • How a poisoning in Bulgaria exposed Russian assassins in Europe

      How a poisoning in Bulgaria exposed Russian assassins in Europe

      A Russian assassin slipped into Bulgaria unnoticed, checking into a hotel in Sofia near the office of a local arms manufacturer who had been selling ammunition to Ukraine. He led a team of three men. Within days, one man sneaked into a locked parking garage, smeared poison on the handle of the arms manufacturer’s car, then left, undetected, except for blurry images captured by surveillance video, the New York Times wrote.

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    • Gebrev tangles up in his own Dunarit lies

      Gebrev tangles up in his own Dunarit lies

      Emiliyan Gebrev, an arms dealer and associate of the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, got tangled up in his own lies in yet another interview for bTV. Gebrev, who is on his way to oversaturating the channel’s programming with his second appearance on a bTV show in just a week, gave a long statement whose purpose was to reiterate the manipulation that his attempted poisoning was connected to Dunarit. However, he only managed to sink deeper into the quagmire of manipulations spread by the crime duo of him and Vassilev.

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    • Prosecutor’s Office: Gebrev poisoning not related to Dunarit

      Prosecutor’s Office: Gebrev poisoning not related to Dunarit

      The attempted poisoning of arms dealer Emiliyan Gebrev, who has served as a pawn to fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev over the past few years, was not related to the military plant Dunarit. This was made clear in a press release by the Prosecutor’s Office, which describes in chronological order the developments of the investigation into the alleged poisoning of Gebrev, his son Hristo and the commercial director of EMKO. The Prosecutor’s Office announced that it was disclosing the information at the instruction of Prosecutor General Sotir Tsatsarov in response to certain media outlets’ speculations that no work was being done on the case.

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    • Thief Tsvetan Vassilev churns out transparent lies about Delyan Peevski

      Thief Tsvetan Vassilev churns out transparent lies about Delyan Peevski

      There is a Bulgarian saying that literally translates as “Lies have short feet”. If we were to modernise it a bit, we would add “and thieves have prolific tongues”. That is especially true when said thieves have billions of levs stolen from CorpBank depositors behind their back. Thanks to the embezzled money, in the case of Tsvetan Vassilev the proverbial tongue is powerful enough to reach Sofia all the way from Belgrade.

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