Power brokers again rev up agent Sasho against Peevski

State Security “sleeper agent” Sasho, Bulgaria's former ambassador in Moscow Ilian Vassilev, was again urgently activated. The Bulgarian behind-the-scenes powers used their “sleeper agent” to attack the main opponent of the oligarchy, Delyan Peevski.

State Security “sleeper agent” Sasho, Bulgaria's former ambassador in Moscow Ilian Vassilev, was again urgently activated. The Bulgarian behind-the-scenes powers used their “sleeper agent” to attack the main opponent of the oligarchy, Delyan Peevski.
Once more they use Frognews as their mouthpiece. Frognews is a website owned by another security agent, Ognyan Stefanov, also known to the Communist special services under the nick Akademik (Academician). Nowadays, he is generously financed by fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev. In return for hard cash binding the Bulgaria Madoff with Stefanov, the Frognews habitually plays the role of Tsvetan Vassilev's news centre where Ilian Vassilev is a regular barker tasked with promoting the arguments the fugitive banker uses against our publisher and MP, Delyan Peevski. 
The latest one was published 12 June, and pro forma it was a post in Vassilev's Facebook. In line with their traditional approach, agent Sasho launched an attack on our publisher, this time for the latter's alleged corroboration in the draining of CorpBank - the prosecution, however, had no way to investigate him, as this would have meant “self-investigation”. As usual, evidence was not provided again. And there is no way it can be provided - there is simply no evidence.
As we have repeatedly noted, even CorpBank's bankruptcy administrators have tabled documents proving that neither Peevski nor his family have any outstanding loans to the bank that Vassilev had drained. It is also a widely known fact that our publisher has never been a stockholder in CorpBank, neither was he a member of supervisory and control bodies of the bank which went bankrupt thanks to Tsvetan Vassilev, the benefactor of Frognews. 
It is also far-famed that there are no legal proceedings on the assets related to CorpBank. Moreover, we know that those who introduced two amendments to the law were people who aimed at shedding light on the failed bank and preventing its secondary looting. And the secondary looting was engineered by the people who drained it, namely Tsvetan Vassilev and his partner oligarchs.
However, truth means nothing to Frognews and to the other cogs of the Fake News Factory. What is important to them is to let their mentors evade justice. They launch smear campaigns against everyone who hampers their attempts at coming off clear from their crimes. The same applies to another statement, just as groundless, aired in the public space by Ilian Vassilev. It says that the anti-corruption committee has issued its first “official indulgence”, and it was meant to acquit Peevski. It is not clear how would agent Sasho know what will the Commission for Combating Corruption and Illegal Assets Forfeiture decide after an audit of our publisher, having in mind that the Commission is expected to report the results of the audit this Thursday, while Peevski himself did not even know that the audit was over. 
In this instance, however, we are not talking about whether the audit results are known or not. The reason is simple - Vassilev and the people around him who hype up such posts do not care about truth. What they care about is whether their lies will be accepted as truth, following the principles of Goebbels propaganda.

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