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Terrorist acts: what did Bakradze foresee?

2010-12-09 21:18

Terrorist acts: what did Bakradze foresee?The recent explosions in Tbilisi near the building of the Labour Party of Sakartvelo in Javakhishvili Street and near a shop in the district of Mukhiani have produced numerous versions as to the crime contractor and executor. As was expected, it was Chairman of the Georgian Parliament David Bakradze who was shrewder than the others: he said the explosions were arranged by some "external powers". Yesterday, Ministry of Interior notified the public of the crime being contracted by the Russian military. Mr. Bakradze's keenness is astonishing; it looks like he was able to


foresee the events.

Vano Merabishvili's administration officers found out that the terrorist acts were arranged by "officer of the Russian Armed Forces in the occupied territory of Abkhazia Eugeni Borisov".

"It has been found out that Borisov was informed of the prepared operations and their execution. Telephone numbers used by Borisov for keeping in contact with the suspects are registered in the name of the Russian Ministry of Defense. In March-October 2008, Mayor Borisov served as Deputy Head of the Russian Peacemakers Headquarters of the South zone dislocated at the village of Urcha of Zugdidski region", - Deputy Minister of Interior of Georgia Eka Zguladze told the journalists.

A native of Galski region of Abkhazia Gogita Arkania all of a sudden turned out to be Moscow's puppet executing the inhuman Russian military operations. "On December 4, MIA officers arrested Gogita Arkania and his five associates and confiscated 11 explosive items ready to be used; four of them were additionally equipped to increase the number of victims", - Ms. Zguladze was frightening the journalists with the Russian army's bloody intentions.

The correspondents were even shown the shots from the secret arsenal where the executors of the terrorist acts kept their terrible machines. There, Georgian MIA officers found 13 explosive devices equipped with detonators made in Russia.

Being pressed by such obvious evidence, the unlucky Gogita quickly admitted everything, the video record of his confession being disseminated by the law-enforcement administration of Sakartvelo. According to the record, the executor of the terrorist acts fell victim to Mayor Borisov's blackmailing; he threatened his family in Abkhazia.

Well, what can one say? Vano Merabishvili's subordinates have carried out a skilful operation on neutralizing a terroristic threat coming from Moscow. Georgian Minister of Interior remarked in his talk with the journalists that the country managed to avoid "a serious danger, for some of the confiscated bombs could have been used against certain persons and the situation could have been aggravated".

However, the Georgian police investigators' skill has never been doubted, for it was not only the shrewd David Bakradze who felt the trace of "external powers" in the recent diversions. Vano Merabishvili's Deputy Eka Zguladze also displayed an unprecedented flair, having stated a week ago that the series of explosions in the territory of the country was organized by Russian special services. She must have second sight.

Tbilisi politicians and officers have got the right to be proud of their intuition, while Moscow should think why its intricate attacks against the Caucasian "democracy lighthouse" are disclosed so easily. It's not the first time: just recently, Vano Merabishvili's subordinates arrested a whole gang of Russian spies.

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