Bulgaria- A magistrate, who freed the monster who cut an 18-year-old girl from Stara Zagora in 400 places, was punished by the Supreme Court with a remark
The judge who released the monster, who cut an 18-year-old girl from Stara Zagora with a knife, is called Tatyana Gioneva Koeva and has already deleted her pro-Putin posts on her Facebook profile.
However, they are properly documented.
At the moment, both the Minister of Justice and the Supreme Judicial Council are silent about the scandalous case, although the SJC punished the same magistrate in 2019 with a ... remark.
As it became clear yesterday, an 18-year-old girl from Stara Zagora was attacked and cut with a model knife by her ex-boyfriend at the end of June this year.
The girl's arms, legs, and chest were cut, and doctors performed more than 400 stitches on the cuts.
The girl's nose was broken, and the rapist shaved off all her hair with a clipper.
During the sadistic action, the monster was wearing a mask and gloves.
However, the victim recognized him by his smile and clothes.
The sadist with the initials GG is also a recidivist, already sentenced to probation at the beginning of the year with two measures and again for beating and again for minor bodily harm, reported the Telegraph.
According to the journalist Ivo Nikodimov, the person in question is a security guard at a local disco, and behind the initials is Georgi Gospodinov Nikolaev .
The rapist was initially detained for 72 hours but was later released on bail by the court.
Subsequently, the warranty also expires.
The girl is in extremely serious condition, but the initial medical examination from moderate bodily injury has been changed to minor bodily injury.
The forensic expert also covered himself and did not comment on the scandalous case.
Relatives and friends of the girl insisted that the sadist be punished with all the severity of the law.
They are perplexed as to why, after the prosecutor's office requested detention in custody, and the district court in Stara Zagora granted the request, the District Court decided that the measure should be canceled since the girl's disabilities did not threaten her life, and the bodily damage was classified as mild.