novinite.com on May 28, 2012 released the following:
“Interpol has issued a Red Notice for the arrest of alleged Bulgarian mafia boss Nikolay Marinov whose whereabouts have been unknown since 2010.
Marinov is wanted for crimes involving the use of weapons/explosives, crimes against life and health, as well as organized /transnational crime.
Nikolay Marinov is better known as “The Little Marguin”, one of the two so-called Marguin brothers.
The alleged gangster is wanted by local authorities for the murder of controversial radio show host Bobi Tsankov back in 2010. Nikolay and his older brother, Krasimir Marinov, have been accused of ordering Tsankov’s assassionation.
In February, The Marguin Brothers were acquitted by Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassations on charges of organizing a criminal group and plotting the murders of Nikola Damyanov, Ivan Todorov and General Lyuben Gotsev (the latter survived the attempt on his life.)
The Marguin brothers are also publicly known as being among the leaders of the SIC Corporation – allegedly one of Bulgaria’s two powerful mafia structures in the 1990s.
“The Little Marguin” is 174 centimeters tall and has brown eyes.”
Douglas McNabb – McNabb Associates, P.C.’s
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