• veselinavalkova

uncoincidental, chapter 3

Updated: Feb 3

We were transported by police cars. There was a feeling of fear in the air. Not due to something you did wrong, but because of the unknown. After the employees had all taken turns, I was brought in for interrogation. I did that purposely because I wanted to make sure they were feeling good after everything that happened. Therefore, before I participated in the interrogation, I waited for all of them to finish.

“Do you know the suspects?” the police officers asked.
“Well…who are the suspects?” I replied.
“Not sure,” they said, “We were given a few names by our foreign colleagues.”
“If you don’t know the names of the suspects, how am I supposed to respond?” I replied.

This tells it all, I believe. It is unclear what, if anything, became of that activity, but it certainly created fear within the people. Media outlets don’t miss writing stories they think are interesting to the public. It is important to note that there were no charges at that time, but that did not stop the media. As I see it, that was obstruction of justice and denying innocence, but who am I to judge. This fuss occurred at the time of the Bulgarian EU Presidency of the Council of EU, and several days later, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was visiting Bulgaria and meeting with our highly respected Prime Minister, but perhaps that was a coincidence.

" One Coin - Two Sides"


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