Fri, May 24 2013
Photo: Krassimir Yuskesseliev
Marinov has been missing ever since January 5 when his older brother Krassimir was arrested in connection with the murder of former radio host Bobbie Tsankov.
Prosecutors persuaded the court to send Marinov back to jail over charges of drug distribution and heading an organised crime group.
Authorities target between 250 and 300 people, identified as Bulgaria's crime bosses.
The court found no reason to keep Marinov under arrest, despite the prosecution's repeated attempts to make charges stick.
The court released on bail one of the main suspects over insufficient evidence.
Bobbie Tsankov went to his grave on January 10 2010 with suspects in his killing still at large, while a lawyer for fugitive ‘Little Margin’ again rejects allegations that the Marinovi Brothers were involved.
A pending prosecution for distribution of illegal software fell away after radio show host Bobbie Tsankov was shot dead on January 5 2010.
Brothers Krassimir and Nikolai Marionov, dubbed 'The Margin Brothers', are charged with plotting Bobbie Tsankov's murder
Searches and arrests follow the assassination in broad daylight of former radio host Bobbie Tsankov in Sofia
Bobbie Tsankov was attacked by two gunmen close to Sveta Nedelya church in Bulgaria's capital city on January 5 2010.
The funding is provided under the foreign military sales programme of the US army's Program Executive Office of Simulation, Training and Instrumentation.
The UK nationals were arrested after throwing beer bottles at people after being refused entry to a restaurant that had closed for the night.
Restoration and development projects include Madara Horseman, Arbanassi fortress, Magura cave.
Simeon Saxe-Coburg and his spouse Margarita opened a new heating and insulation system at the Tsar Ferdinand Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases in Iskrets, a project implemented thanks to the Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Sofia and the Nando Peretti Foundation.
According to the law's provisions, the commission will have the power to investigate individuals without prior notification and would not require a criminal conviction in order to launch an investigation.