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Bulgaria's Supreme Court of Cassations acquitted Thursday alleged mobsters Krasimir and Nikolay Marinovi aka The Marguin Brothers on charges of plotting contract murders. The Marguin Brothers were charged with organizing a criminal group and plotting
Bulgaria's Supreme Court of Cassations returned Wednesday the case against alleged mobsters Krasimir and Nikolay Marinovi aka The Marguin Brother to the Sofia Court of Appeals . The magistrates from the lower instance are asked to reexamine the case
A Bulgarian appeals court resumes on Monday the trial against the alleged mobsters Krasimir and Nikolay Marinovi aka The Marguin Brothers with the testimonies of the last witnesses, which are expected to bring the case to a near close...On June 14,
The Sofia Appellate Court resumed Monday the case of Krasimir and Nikolay Marinovi aka The Marguin Brothers. On June 14, 2010, the Sofia City Court issued a non-guilty verdict for the Marguins. The Court also changed Krasimir Marinov 's bail to
The Court released Friday its motives for the June 2010 acquittal of the two notorious brothers Krasimir Marinov , aka the Big Marguin, and Nikolay Marinov , aka the Little Marguin, who were accused of heading an organized crime group responsible for
More Good News for Bulgaria's Alleged Top Mafia Boss Crime June 22, 2010, Tuesday The trials against Krasimir Marinov, aka The Big Marguin, have been viewed in Brussels as a litmus test for Bulgaria's ability and willingness to combat organized crime.
Photo by Sofia Photo Agency The Sofia City Court is to rule Monday in the high-profile case against Bulgaria's alleged top crime bosses brothers Krasimir and Nikolay Marinov aka The Marguins and four other defendants. The prosecutor asked last week