Judicial Council opens procedure to oust Geshev
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) opened a procedure for the removal of the chief prosecutor Ivan Geshev at the request of six members of the prosecutor's collegium, who claim that Geshev committed violations have ultimately damaged the prestige of the judiciary.
The proposal was supported by 14 votes in favor and four votes against. Geshev did not participate in the vote, but during the meeting stated that at the time of the alleged violation, the chief prosecutor was his deputy - the head of the national investigation, Borislav Sarafov.
The next meeting to discuss the merits of the request for his removal will be conducted in 7 days, i.e. on June 1.
Krasimir Kamenov - Kuro - killed in Cape Town
Fugitive Krasimir Kamenov (known by his nickname Kuro), and his wife and child, were killed in an attack at their home in South Africa, BNT reported today.
Representatives of the local police in Cape Town, on the other hand, confirmed that there were 4 victims with gunshot wounds in the attack, 2 women and 2 men between the ages of 40 and 50, but claimed there were no minors among them. They were found in the house where they lived with "multiple gunshot wounds" and all died on the spot.
The attack comes two months after the prosecutor's office indicted Kamenov, announcing he was part of a conspiracy against Ivan Geshev. He was also accused of underwriting the 2022 murder of former criminal police chief Lyubomir Ivanov.
Dronamics cargo drone flies successfully
Bulgarian company Dronamics, founded by the Rangelov brothers, announced today that it has completed the first successful flight of its cargo drone. The test was conducted at an airport near Balchik and the Black Swan drone was in the air for just over 10 minutes under remote control by two pilots.
The company's announcement claims this confirms the effectiveness of the company's licensed technology and that commercial drone cargo flights in Europe may begin later this year. The drone covered a distance of 21.5 km with an average speed of 140 km/h and a height of just over 600 m.