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Commenting article: FBI Investigates Bulgaria Energy Tycoon Kovachki over Large-scale Fraud

The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has sent information to Bulgarian authorities about the involvement of the second wealthiest Bulgarian, energy tycoon Hristo Kovachki, in large-scale financial fraud, BGNES reported, citing own sources.

At the end of 2008, FBI agents have submitted many documents supporting their claims that Kovachki was guilty of fraud.
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#1
roadtripper - 18 Feb 2009 // 17:07:56

The FBI has no business sticking its long, snot-dripping nose in other country's internal affairs..
Stick to USA & its own little girl-scout police state..

#2
Taro - 18 Feb 2009 // 21:28:45

There are no rich people in Bulgaria, only rich gangsters.

Greets
Taro

#3
georgebgn - 19 Feb 2009 // 07:40:44

Taro,

like it is much different anywhere else buddy..

#4
Taro - 19 Feb 2009 // 08:23:41

Anywhere, anyone, any time...

#5
resipsaloquitur - 22 Feb 2009 // 01:07:19

Dear roadtripper,

It sems you have NOT heard of INTERPOL,have you?

There is probably a TEATY b/n BG and USA for cooperation and exchange of

intelligence concerning

CRIMINAL activities.

May be Kovachki tried to depost a large sum of $$$$$$$$$$$ in a US bank

and according to US Bank laws,they are obliged to report all suspicious activities

in the banking sector.

All this is called CRIME PREVENTION.

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