Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov, the family asked a girl found missing and then dead to apologize for his criticism of police, reports Novinite news agency Bulgarian. Teenage body, kidnapped in early November, was found Thursday after an investigation apparently slow and marked by controversy.
"It's a shame that relatives face many bad things said about the police. I hope that he will apologize and will direct their criticism to their nearest and dearest who took part in the crime," he said Thursday, Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.
The prime minister, the family should feel guilty for kidnappers knew the girl and wanted to get money from a relative of hers.
Miroslava Nikolova disappeared on November 7, 2011 in his hometown, Pernik, while returning from training in Taekwondo. After a two-month investigation, they were used and the Schengen information system and Interpol, police discovered Thursday morning, the body of the girl in the suburbs of Pernik.
After a week, the victim's sister, Eleanore said for Bulgarian television station bTV that Miroslava was contacted and the teenager would have said had been kidnapped and that the kidnapping, and police were involved. The family was not contacted by the kidnappers.
The main theory of the police was, however, the girl fled across the border. The discovery of the corpse, authorities said the girl had been suffocated in the same day that had been kidnapped.
Police investigation has sparked controversy, especially in online discussion forums, after he learned that one of the two suspects arrested for murder of missing teenager committed suicide while police searched her home.
According to Novinite, man, a friend of a local businessman, was brought in custody in his own living. While authorities searched her home, the man was shot in the head. It is unclear why the suspect was armed and could kill as in the present investigators.