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The Mysterious Quadruple Murder in Constantia: Unraveling Links to Krasimir Kamenov and Bulgarian Oligarchs

Published September 21, 2023
9 months ago

The perplexing quadruple murder case of Bulgarian Krasimir Kamenov and three others, which occurred in Cape Town nearly four months ago, continues to unfold with more theories emerging. Kamenov, his wife Gergana, and their two employees, identified as Slava Sergieva and Dean Evgeniev, met their fatal end from gunshot wounds in their luxurious Constantia home on May 25. To date, there have been no arrests in relation to the case.



Ivan Geshev, the former chief prosecutor of Bulgaria, recently re-iterated his suspicions surrounding Kamenov, who he previously accused of orchestrating a plot reminiscent of state capture to have him expelled from office. In a damning revelation made six weeks before the Constantia tragedy, the Bulgarian prosecutor's office purportedly released evidence indicating Kamenov as part of a group orchestrating a multinational plot aiming to unseat Bulgaria's top law enforcement officials from their positions.


In a recent post on Facebook, Geshev disclosed that Bulgarian 'oligarchs' from Dubai, Serbia, and South Africa were expected to return to Bulgaria, attaching an Interpol Red Notice for Kamenov detailing charges of murder, extortion, and murder threats. The accused was ostensibly involved in the assassination of a former policeman in Sofia, Bulgaria, in March of the previous year.



Daily Maverick reported on the potential presence of more Bulgarian suspects linked to Kamenov residing covertly in South Africa. Additionally, it has been found that Kamenov had secured South African citizenship before his demise, indicating a longer stay in SA than initially believed. This also implies SA authorities knew about his presence and the outstanding Interpol warrant prior to his murder.


Kamenov's case has also been linked to Ruja Ignatova, a top suspect on the US FBI's list, who operated a global cryptocurrency scam under the labels OneCoin and OneLife. Bulgarian reports allude to Kamenov's potential connection to information about Ignatova, and his killers allegedly wore US DEA uniforms.


Meanwhile, Western Cape authorities confirm that investigations into the sinister Constantia killings are ongoing.


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