Was 'assassination' attempt on Bulgarian politician a hoax? Gunman used gas pistol loaded with pepper spray that would not have killed opposition leader
- Oktay Enimehmedov held a gun at the head of Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms
- Bulgaria's chief prosecutor has said the gun would not have killed
- Prosecutors are now considering charging those who attacked Enimehmedov
A 'would-be assassin' who aimed a gun at the head of a Bulgarian politician as he was giving a speech had no intention of killing his victim, it has been suggested.
Oktay Enimehmedov stormed the stage at the National Palace of Culture in Bulgaria's capital Sofia on Saturday during a political conference and held the gun at the head of Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms.
But it has now been revealed the gunman used a gas pistol loaded with pepper spray that would not have killed the opposition leader.
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