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Commenting article: Bulgarian Prosecutors to Charge 'Lynchers' of Dogan's Attacker

Bulgaria's Prosecutor's Office has vowed to hold accountable those delegates at the conference of ethnic Turkish party DPS (Movement for Right and Freedoms) who beat brutally Oktay Enimehmedov, the failed assassin of leader Ahmed Dogan.

This was promised Monday morning by Bulgaria's Deputy Chief Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov.

Sarafov's statement marks a shift after on Sunday Sofia City Prosecutor Nikolay Kokinov said it would not make any sense to charge the DPS delegates who beat Enimehmedov right on the spot.

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peterperfect - 21 Jan 2013 // 10:31:35

If true this will at least prove that law and order still exists in Bulgaria. Two wrongs do not make a right and these thugs are little better than the assassin.

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EuroBoy - 21 Jan 2013 // 13:12:10

Serves them right, charge the perpetrators for what they did wrong too! Dogan would have been dead if this guys wanted to kill him for real, restraining the unprofessional assassin was good enough, but a dozen men beating him up after the fact is just wrong… Criminals!

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