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That hasn’t proven to be the case, with a media report out of Bulgaria now claiming she was arrested in Germany a week ago. Nbox claims Ignatova was arrested at Munich airport, following an investigation triggered by an unnamed German bank. This isn’t Ignatova’s first run in with the law in Germany. 24 counts of fraud in Germany, stemming from the 2012 bankruptcy of Waltenhofen Steelworks. Ignatova and her father pled guilty to charges of embezzling money from employees and suppliers, bank fraud, fraudulent accounting practices and even attempting to unbolt machinery to ship back to Bulgaria. She received a suspended jail sentence of one year and two months.
Nbox also claim Ignatova has been under surveillance in Bulgaria for some time, but fail to cite any specific sources. Whether Ignatova remains in custody is unknown. As far as I can tell Nbox Bulgaria is a reputable publication. I don’t believe we have another Gerlach Report on our hands but the lack of cited sources is of concern.
Hopefully a clearer picture of the situation emerges in the coming week. As of November 7th, official confirmation of Ignatova’s arrest has yet to surface. The Munich General Police Commissioner and Bielefeld and Munich Public Prosecutor’s Offices have each denied Ignatova was arrested last Saturday. Hopefully the first of many arrests to follow.