Ivo Prokopiev

    • Scandal! Palfreeman tries to clear his criminal record

      Scandal! Palfreeman tries to clear his criminal record

      After Jock Palfreeman, sentenced to serve jail time for the murder of Bulgarian student Andrey Monov, was set free early thanks to a supreme court controlled by the oligarchy, now the Australian is trying another, even more scandalous move – to expunge the deed from his record. The media outlets owned by the shadowy circles in Bulgaria reported Wednesday that Palfreeman has requested that the case of the murder of student Andrey Monov be reopened.

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    • Scandal! Failed politician to help with monitoring for Bulgaria

      Scandal! Failed politician to help with monitoring for Bulgaria

      The Bulgarian Institute for Legal Initiatives (BILI), an NGO of the failed former justice minister Hristo Ivanov, has wormed its way into the new Civil Council tasked with assisting with the monitoring of Bulgaria following the end of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) which the EU used to follow the country’s progress in the fields of judicial reform and home affairs.

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    • Prokopiev - the coronavirus of Bulgarian journalism

      Prokopiev - the coronavirus of Bulgarian journalism

      A coronavirus is haunting Bulgarian journalism. The coronavirus of Prokopiev's mainstream media machine. Just like Covid-19, it attacks underhandedly and relentlessly and spreads hotbeds of contagion. However, in contrast to the coronavirus, it has not been spreading for just several months, but for two decades now, in a bid to hit real journalism and put on artificial respiration the freedom of speech in Bulgaria.

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    • Agent Academician, the fugitive banker, the Razgrad Dr. Mengele and their common enemy – Delyan Peevski

      Agent Academician, the fugitive banker, the Razgrad Dr. Mengele and their common enemy – Delyan Peevski

      Despicable, cynical and arrogant. Even such strong words fail to describe the shamelessness of Ognyan Stefanov, former political officer of the Bulgarian Armed Forces and long-time informer of the communist State Security. As always, this disgraceful representative of Bulgarian journalism did not find the courage to sign his real name under the latest blasphemy he posted on the website Frognews.

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    • Kostov has his NBU lab's technicians and State Security agents attack Peevski

      Kostov has his NBU lab's technicians and State Security agents attack Peevski

      After the shadowy clique's pawns spread over the week their poorly concocted fake news items about lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski, using the indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev's mainstream media machine, former PM Ivan Kostov, aka the Commander of Bulgaria's murky transition to democracy, took matters into his own hands. On Friday, he activated the “heavy hitters” - the “lab technicians” from his think tank with the New Bulgarian University (NBU).

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    • The 'Reporters' serve Prokopiev again, proving he dictates their manipulations

      The 'Reporters' serve Prokopiev again, proving he dictates their manipulations

      Indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev has again employed the services of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) for his battle against the state waged in a bid to forestall the attempts to mete out justice for his crimes. A day after the Anti-Corruption Commission for Illegal Assets Forfeiture (ACCIAF) filed a new claim for confiscation of money and stocks belonging to Prokopiev and his wife Galya Prokopieva worth about BGN half a million, the France-based NGO released an avalanche of tweets to cater to the chieftain of the Capital circle.

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    • Illusionist Cholakov pulls a lie about Delyan Peevski out of his top-hat instead of a rabbit

      Illusionist Cholakov pulls a lie about Delyan Peevski out of his top-hat instead of a rabbit

      Petar Cholakov, who is Ivo Prokopiev’s guy in the Bulgarian desk of Deutsche Welle, has one job: to voice the oligarch’s thoughts. The master of the mainstream media machine in Bulgaria, Prokopiev has been trying to escape the clutches of the judicial system for years. To that end, former PM Ivan Kostov’s favourite “investor” during the privatisation process uses all sorts of dirty and despicable machinations. Mostly, he tries to pull wool over people’s eyes by using his giant media empire to produce fake news as well as cheap scripts to exert influence on the executive and judicial branches of power.

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