Tatiana Nazarova, the wife of Canadian scam artist Monte Friesner, has been caught committing perjury and knowingly filing false criminal complaints - both of which are serious crimes under Panamanian law.
Remember how Friesner and his wife maintained that yours truly had somehow ordered their poodle killed by having it fed poisoned cookies by an unknown person, and how the couple then received threats by phone that the same would happen to them? Today, Monte Friesner's Facebook page was notarized. On his wall, he described what really happened, namely that the dog died of an averse reaction to antibiotics it was given for a tick infection.
That means that when Tatiana Nazarova filed a complaint with the San Francisco corregidor, she lied, and she knew she was lying. The couple then proceeded to have that complaint and restraining orders added to the case Friesner filed for criminal defamation, which duplicates that lie.
We've always maintained that we don't file libel complaints here at Bananama Republic. But we will shortly file criminal and civil charges against Nazarova et al, because committing perjury and knowingly filing false complaints against your reporter is not something we accept. The notarized evidence has already been entered in other cases currently pending that involve the criminal couple as well.