Tsvetomir Bogdanov, the driver whose car was hit by the Bulgarian Defense Minister's escort vehicle in 2010, has been officially accused of "not avoiding the accident".
In April, 2010 the car of Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov, driven by a National Security Service employee hit Bogdanov's SUV at an intersection on capital Sofia's Bulgaria Blvd. Bogdanov's four-year-old daughter, as well as the Minister suffered minor injuries and were taken to the governmental hospital.
Now, Bogdanov faces charges by Sofia's Military Court for being co-responsible for the car crash, since he did not avoid it....
The law has been amended- security guards will be able to shoot people now. So next time not only will the person who was crashed on will have a broken car but probably a bullet in his head if these dummies are allowed to randomly shoot anyone. Stay tuned to see what will happen in the near future- I am sure we will hear of an "Accidental shooting" soon.
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