Balkan styl the Bojko Borissow Mafia: prosecutor Roumen Penev in Bulgaria

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Bulgarian police arrest prosecutor over 21 000 leva bribe

Fri, Jan 13 2012 14:38 CET

byThe Sofia Echo staff

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Bulgarian police arrest prosecutor over 21 000 leva bribePhoto: Julia Lazarova

It was, allegedly, a case of take the money and run when a group of seven police gave chase through the streets of the Bulgarian town of Shoumen to a prosecutor who stands accused of accepting a 21 000 leva (about 10 500 euro) bribe to obstruct the course of justice.

Eyewitnesses quoted by Bulgarian media said that Roumen Penev, a regional prosecutor in the north-eastern town, was chased as far as his luxury German car as he tried to make his escape.

Police who took him into custody said that the money was found in his possession.

Sofia city prosecutor Nikolai Kokinov was quoted by Mediapool as saying that „I don’t know whether another prosecutor was aware of the actions of his colleague“.

Reportedly, the money was paid to terminate an investigation and Penev allegedly promised to assist a colleague. Mediapool said that the complaint was lodged by the accused in the case, but Kokinov declined to disclose who had given the tip-off about the alleged bribe.

Jocic stammt aus der serbischen Provinzstadt Palanka, schaffte gerade mal die Grundschule und «spezialisierte» sich von Jugend an auf seine kriminelle Karriere. Seine Gangsterlaufbahn begann 1990 mit der Verwicklung in einen Mord in einem Amsterdamer Sexclub.

Seinen Ganovennamen «Joca Amsterdam» erhielt er nach dem Aufstieg zum unangefochtenen Führer der «Jugo-Mafia» in den Niederlanden, deren Spezialitäten Waffen und Drogen aus Kolumbien waren. Bei seiner Festnahme 1991 lieferte sich der Schwerkriminelle einen filmreifen Schusswechsel mit der Polizei, konnte später aber nach Bulgarien fliehen.

Dort war er schon bald einer der unangefochtenen Führer des kriminellen Milieus. Er habe unter dem Schutz des Geheimdienstes und des heutigen Bürgermeisters von Sofia, Bojko Borissow, gestanden, hatte Jocic vor kurzem vor Gericht ausgesagt. Borissow bestreitet das zwar, aber das bulgarische Parlament untersucht den Fall mit einem Sonderausschuss. Im Herbst 2000 soll Jocic die Morde an den niederländischen Unterweltbossen Sam Klepper und Jan Femer organisiert haben.

Auf sein Konto geht nach Darstellung des Gerichts auch die Ermordung des bulgarischen Unterweltbosses Milco Bonev und dessen fünf Leibwächter im Juli 2004 in Sofia. Lange soll Jocic unter dem Schutz des serbischen Geheimdienstes gestanden haben….

http://www.news.de/gesellschaft/806802037/drogenkoenig-dingfest-gemacht/1/

Rückblende 1983: In einer Sporthalle trainieren der vierundzwanzigjährige Feuerwehrmann Boiko Borissov und sein etwas jüngerer, ebenfalls im Dienste des Innenministeriums stehender Kumpel Alexei Petrov Karate. Sie können nicht ahnen, dass sie fünfzehn Jahre später in kapitalistischer Zeit Geschäftspartner in der gemeinsamen Firma Budoinvest sein werden und zusammen den Nationalen Karateverband führen. Und völlig außerhalb ihres Vorstellungshorizonts muss es gelegen haben, dass siebenundzwanzig Jahre später der Ministerpräsident Boiko Borissov local] Mann mit Vergangenheit übernimmt die Macht in Bulgarien) den Aufsichtsrat des Nationalen Versicherungsinstituts Alexei Petrov im Rahmen der Operation „Oktopus“ als Kopf einer kriminellen Vereinigung verhaften lassen wird. Seit über zehn Jahren soll sich Petrov mit seiner Verbrecherbande einer breiten Palette an Straftatbeständen wie Förderung der Prostitution, Erpressung, Betrug, Geldwäsche, Steuerhinterziehung etc. schuldig gemacht haben.

„Es hat mich selber überrascht, was alles zum Vorschein kommt“, sagt General Borissov, der von 2001 bis 2005 als Hauptsekretär im Innenministerium oberster Verbrechensbekämpfer des Landes war. Die frühere sozialistische Abgeordnete Tatjana Dontscheva glaubt ihm nicht: „Mutri (Gangster) hauen Mutri nach Mutriart“, behauptet sie. „Dass ich mit Petrov Rechnungen zu begleichen hätte, sind Hirngespinste“, beteuert Borissov und sein Innenminister Zvetan Zvetanov sagt: „Nichts Persönliches, wir tun nur unsere Pflicht.“ ………

http://www.heise.de/tp/r4/artikel/32/32201/1.html

Volle Kanne in Mitten der OK Mafia Bulgariens

DAMYANOV, who is believed to be TIM’s strategic planner, died from natural causes in October, 2007.

The Marguins trial turned into a farce; based on lack of evidence of ties with organized crime, they received not-guilty verdicts – Krasimir aka The Big Marguin is free on recognizance; Nikolay aka The Little Marguin was tried in absence – he disappeared right after the January murder of controversial radio host, Bobi Tsankov, and his whereabouts remain unknown.

IVAN TODOROV – “The Doctor” was shot dead in his car on February 22, 2006; he was sprayed with 15 bullets.

Strangely enough, this cable lacks information about the huge political scandal surrounding the first assassination attempt on “The Doctor,” in 2003. He survived a bomb blast in his car, but the then Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, Boyko Borissov, reported pictures, found in the Doctor’s briefcase, were featuring Milen Velchev – Finance Minister, Plamen Petrov – Transport Minister, Miroslav Sevlievski – Member of the Parliament, and known-criminal, Peter Petrov AKA the Amigos, playing cards on the yacht of Spas Rusev (mentioned in the cable) in Monaco. The Doctor, himself, can be seen in the background of this same picture. The revelations were followed by a huge scandal, but no politicians were fired.

RUMEN GOTZOV NIKOLOV – THE PASHA disappeared from public life. There is proof about his business ties in the 90-ies with current Prime Minister BOYKO BORISSOV (the TEO INTERNATIONAL Company). They owned together a factory for the illegal production of cigarettes in Kraymorie, near Bourgas. The illegal manufacturing was discovered during an anti-mafia unit operation in 1996. Borissov then sold his shares in TEO INTERNATIONAL to Ivo Kamenov Georgiev from TIM.

MLADEN MIHALEV – „MADJO“ is living in Switzerland. In 2007, he appeared during The Marguins trial as a protected witness and then Minister of the Interior, Rumen Petkov, ordered exclusive security measures for him, surpassing those used to protect the President. In 2010, Madjo testified again during the Marguins trial. According to a publication of journalist, Ivo Indzhev, in 2003, President, Georgi Parvanov and Madjo were both at the birthday party of the Secretary of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, Evgeniy Uzunov.


Ventsislav Dimitrov Stefanov – associate in INTERGROUP, President of the Slavia soccer club, Rumen Nikolov – The Pasha, Boyko Borisov – Rapona and Nikolay Zlatev, president of TSBank. Photo by Capital

BOYKO BORISSOV – “RAPONA,” current Prime Minister of Bulgaria, who is not mentioned by US Ambassador, James Pardew in this cable, was a low-level associate of SIC. According to a report by the Capital weekly from November 1995, during an anniversary party organized by SIC, he was in charge of the group’s public relations (protection from journalists).

Strangely enough, this cable lacks information about the huge political scandal surrounding the first assassination attempt on “The Doctor,” in 2003. He survived a bomb blast in his car, but the then Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, Boyko Borissov, reported pictures, found in the Doctor’s briefcase, were featuring Milen Velchev – Finance Minister, Plamen Petrov – Transport Minister, Miroslav Sevlievski – Member of the Parliament, and known-criminal, Peter Petrov AKA the Amigos, playing cards on the yacht of Spas Rusev (mentioned in the cable) in Monaco. The Doctor, himself, can be seen in the background of this same picture. The revelations were followed by a huge scandal, but no politicians were fired.

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https://www.balkanleaks.eu/en/boc.html

Was jeder weiss im Balkan: neben Albanien und dem Kosovo, wie Montenegro, ist vor allem Bulgarien in der Hand einer total Mafia.


THE ‚GALEVI BROTHERS‘: Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov

The politics of crime
Fri, Jul 15 2011 09:03 CET
byClive Leviev-Sawyer

The politics of crime

TSVETAN TSVETANOV: Deputy Prime Minister, Interior Minister, deputy leader of ruling party GERB and GERB’s 2011 election campaign headquarters chief.

The politics of crime

THE ‚GALEVI BROTHERS‘: Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov
Photo: Assen Tonev
The drama may be said to have started with Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov saying that the next high-profile anti-crime operations would be named after the judges who had allowed criminals back on to the streets.

The thought was reminiscent of the days that his current boss, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov, would – when while Borissov was Interior Ministry chief secretary, yet another well-publicised bust had ended with criminals walking free from court – complain, „we catch them and the courts let them out“. Borissov has kept up the refrain, but Tsvetanov’s threat was seized with vehemence by various critics.

First out of the gate was the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee, which called for Tsvetanov to resign and said it would request the „intervention“ of European Justice Commissioners Viviane Reding if he did not.

„The threats issued by Tsvetanov against judges with regard to their future rulings on concrete cases, namely to use their names as stigmata, are an act of primitive violence against the judiciary whose independence is instrumental to the existence of the state,“ the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee said.

It was the first droplet in a flood tide that would within subsequent days see minority parties seeking support for a motion of no confidence in the Government, with Tsvetanov as the bogeyman.

Assets?
Tsvetanov, deputy leader of ruling party GERB and also its campaign headquarters chief for the October 2011 presidential and municipal elections, had to share with his party colleagues the unwelcome spectacle of the Justice Ministry’s bill on confiscation of assets gained through crime defeated at the first round in Parliament.

The bill was defeated mainly because the ruling party neglected to ensure that it had enough MPs in the House for the first reading vote. However, the debate itself gave critics of the bill another chance to attack its principle that would allow confiscation of assets even before a court had handed down a conviction.

One of them, Maya Manolova of the socialist Coalition for Bulgaria, told the July 8 debate: „God help any Bulgarian citizen who is not supportive of the Government, who is an opponent or owns property that seems appetising to the authorities“.

United States ambassador James Warlick expressed great disappointment at Parliament not approving the bill, saying that non-conviction based asset forfeiture was an important tool in the fight against organised crime and corruption and was used in countries such as the US, United Kingdom, Italy, Australia and Ireland.

„The bill that was before the Parliament was approved by the Venice Commission as effective and fully consistent with democratic norms. Failure to pass this legislation is a serious setback,“ Warlick said, adding: „We hope that in the next session of Parliament the Government will seek again to pass this bill in its current form.“

But President Georgi Purvanov, a long-standing critic of the current Government, said that the legislation had been „poor quality“ and Parliament had been correct to reject it.

Court saga
Meanwhile, the same day, the Supreme Bar Council weighed in against Tsvetanov, saying that from the very start of the Government’s term, he had behaved in a way that „grossly violated“ the constitution and Bulgarian law. The council said that Tsvetanov publicly denigrated independent Bulgarian courts, eroded confidence in the system, created an atmosphere of hatred for the institution of the judiciary and ex
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http://sofiaecho.com/2011/07/15/1123913_the-politics-of-crime

 

Bulgarian with 18kg of cocaine arrested at airport in Rome

Fri, Jan 13 2012 09:48 CET

byThe Sofia Echo staff

Eighteen kilograms of cocaine were found in the possession of a 21-year-old Bulgarian man on arrival at Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci airport on a flight from Brazil, Sofia-based television station bTV said on January 13 2012.

The Bulgarian was accompanied by a Romanian who was carrying part of the consignment of cocaine, the report said.

The two said that they did not know how the cocaine came to be in their possession. The cocaine was found in a special compartment of a suitcase. The two have been charged with illegal drug trafficking.

Italian border police said that since the beginning of 2012, drug trafficking has intensified and traffickers were trying to „flood Rome with fresh shipments of cocaine“.

In just a few days, seven passengers from Brazil have been arrested at the airport, carrying a total of 30kg of cocaine, including the 18kg found on the Bulgarian.

Bulgarian with 18kg of cocaine arrested at airport in Rome

Fri, Jan 13 2012 09:48 CET

byThe Sofia Echo staff

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Bulgarian with 18kg of cocaine arrested at airport in RomePhoto: Reuters

Eighteen kilograms of cocaine were found in the possession of a 21-year-old Bulgarian man on arrival at Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci airport on a flight from Brazil, Sofia-based television station bTV said on January 13 2012.

The Bulgarian was accompanied by a Romanian who was carrying part of the consignment of cocaine, the report said.

The two said that they did not know how the cocaine came to be in their possession. The cocaine was found in a special compartment of a suitcase. The two have been charged with illegal drug trafficking.

Italian border police said that since the beginning of 2012, drug trafficking has intensified and traffickers were trying to „flood Rome with fresh shipments of cocaine“.

In just a few days, seven passengers from Brazil have been arrested at the airport, carrying a total of 30kg of cocaine, including the 18kg found on the Bulgarian.

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