The shock was triggered by the Greek society’s revelations about the two Bulgarians, called “dragons”, who, after dating prostitutes, raped and abused them.
After being arrested yesterday, after a lengthy interrogation, the two made confessions. The 23-year-old God and Daria, from Albania and Russia, and the Ukrainian Anna, 24, have been confirmed victims of Bulgarian dragons so far. However, the victims of the two arrests, who are 40 and 35, are expected to increase after their personal information and photos are released.
24-year-old Anna is beaten with incredible ferocity and raped unconscious. After understanding what was happening, she began to resist the 40-year-old. She hit him in the face and eyes. This provoked his anger, which with a wooden bat began to beat the 24-year-old prostitute, who had a broken skull, broken left arm, abrasions and bruises all over his body.
After the arrest, it became clear that the 40-year-old Bulgarian had previously been arrested by the Greek police repeatedly with 4 different family names and 6 different first names while robbing offices and apartments and was released in 2019. On April 24, 2019, he was released against him a prosecutorial order was issued for hospitalization at Daphne Psychiatric Hospital, considered dangerous both to himself and to others. He has been sentenced to life in prison for aggravated theft and is awaiting another sentence for theft, but under a different name.
The second 35-year-old offender has been arrested in the past for trafficking in migrants and drugs and is subject to restrictive conditions not to leave the country.
Both Bulgarians arrested by officials from the Athens Security Directorate are accused of abducting, robbing, raping and extraditing women.
The 40-year-old was arrested at a hotel on Kerameon Street despite his resistance, and the 35-year-old was arrested on M. Street. Water “in central Athens. The victim’s belongings were found at the hotel, including jewelry, a cellphone and a hotel card.
They were charged with rape, robbery, grievous bodily harm, robbery and resistance during their arrest.