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Bulgarian Ultranationalist Claims He Didn't Hit Policeman

Politics » DOMESTIC | January 8, 2014, Wednesday // 16:08| Views: 1198 | Comments: 3
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Bulgaria: Bulgarian Ultranationalist Claims He Didn't Hit Policeman Siderov gathered a rally of some 50 supporters in Sofia on Wednesday, claiming that the latest airport incident was the result of a conspiracy plot against him. Photo by BGNES

Bulgarian ultranationalist MP Volen Siderov has once again claimed that the latest scandal he was involved in was the result of a “plot” against him.

Late on Monday, Siderov verbally assaulted a French cultural attaché during a Sofia-Varna flight and later attacked a passenger and a police officer in a Varna airport shuttle bus. As a result, Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov asked that ultranationalist be stripped of his MP immunity.

Addressing a small crowd of supporters on Wednesday, Siderov protested his innocence, claiming that he did not hit a police officer – but was in fact “hit by police.”

The leader of the extremist Ataka party further stated that there was a plot him organized by a number of political parties and “the corrupt media.”

“I just learned that the Chief Prosecutor wants my immunity. The foreign embassies are celebrating now. The American embassy, the Turkish embassy…But we will not be stopped by some faggots,” Siderov said.

“Ataka! Victory! Do not rejoice, parrots! Do not rejoice, cockroaches!” he added, apparently referring to his enemies.

He also stated that the Chief Prosecutor’s Office has been pressured to act against him by famed US investor George Soros.

Siderov’s anti-Western party holds 23 seats in the Bulgarian parliament and has so-far provided key support for the country minority Socialist-led government.

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#3
Benkovski - 8 Jan 2014 // 20:28:52

WIth a language spoken like that for sure he is not worth a PM at all. Sounds like a little child with bad behavior.
Bulgaria wake up and get rid of this scum

#2
rhodesia - 8 Jan 2014 // 19:10:16

I believe Mr Siderov. At Manchester Airport I was accused of assaulting a Special Branch Officer. When my solicitor, on my instructions, asked for footage of CCTV he was told it was out of order and the assault charge was dropped. Why? I think it would have shown that I, a disabled man was assaulted by the liberal/left cop and he would have lost his job!

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Caliguy - 8 Jan 2014 // 17:13:15

With speech like that he sound as if he might be a African leader or a just a run of the mill wingnut.

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