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Old 01-20-2013, 12:08 PM   #12
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Default Re: Failed assassination attempt, Bulgarian party leader escapes death

I deleted my post because I cannot be bothered to argue and was too tired (I knew the post was in the quote) but there were numerous captions of the video which show the gun was not loaded and and indeed it seems to be a fake one as well. Moreover, the "attacker" was beaten half-dead afterwards and not really taken for questioning.

If you have enough common sense and know a bit about this "attacked" person as well as Bulgaria's "political parties", you'd know it looks dodgy. That's all I say.
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