Bulgarian mobster, Tihomir Georgiev, who was nabbed by The Sun in London at the beginning of the 2012, has been booted back to his home country despite his fierce opposition.
Georgiev, 43, notorious for slicing off victims' fingers and ears, has been extradited back to his homeland to serve 18 years' jail for murder, the press center of Bulgaria's Interior Minister reported Saturday.
In September 2012, the man, known as "Tisho the Boxer" and "Butcher of Bulgaria" because of his brutality, had pleaded to stay in the UK under the Human Rights Act, saying he will be tortured in his home country....
Eh, Peter, think You-as many others, btw- won't accept my following
remark, still... : yeah, "a mobster calling the Bulgarian justice system "corrupt to the highest level"!!! ", that mobster "may be correct", right, no objections, but do replace "Bulgarian justice system" by "USA/ GB/../Russian etc-"Systems".......the result will be the same or- if to extand that "justice" on the Globe-it will be much worse...for the
"subjects" of the above "justice"...
That's rich, a mobster calling the Bulgarian justice system "corrupt to the highest level"!!! He may be correct and if he can say that (who has probably used the corruption to his own advantage before) then that may be good proof just to how corrupt it is. With a former vice president also dishing out pardons hand over fist. Just shows how far we have to go before we can be sure the ordinary man can expect Justice no matter who he is up against.
Let's hope the evidence against him isn't based on this report - seemingly "the 44-year-old gangster was arrested in January 2012 after The Sun traced him to a boxing gym in Bermondsey, South London" after he "fled to the UK in the summer of 2012".
Congratulations to the Met Police for arresting this brigand 6 months before he arrived in the UK.....
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