Update: Bulgarian Judge Car Burn Appears No Malicious Intent
Bulgarian police have found no traces suggesting that the car of president of Varna Administrative Court has been intentionally set on fire.
A car belonging to the chair of the Varna Administrative Court Filka Kosseva caught fire while parked in a street in Varna's center around midnight Friday. No one was hurt in the incident.
According to police reports, the fire has started in the area of the vehicle's battery. Additional investigations are underway. The police doesn't exclude a spontaneous flare-up due to short circuiting.
It also became clear that although the car belongs to judge Kosseva, it was used by her husband, who is a lawyer in Varna and has defended “prominent persons from the criminal contingent”, according to the press-center of the Varna police.
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