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Cocaine computerization2010-06-08 13:49
The recent detention of the Georgian drug dealers has unexpectedly turned to the benefit of the secondary education system. By the decision of President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, 1,7 million euros confiscated by the police will be spent on computers for the first-graders. Let us remind you that this April, Saakashvili promised to present all the first-graders with personal "waterproof and shockproof" computers. Leaving the bold statement as to the technical characteristics of the presents on the Georgian president's head, one should pay attention to another important point. Mikhail Nikolozovitch seems to dispose of the money confiscated from the drug dealers as if it were his own
means, which looks rather strange. There has been no trial yet and no judgment has been delivered on the matter: anyway, the money is the material evidence in the opened criminal case.
One of these days, the Georgian MIA reported the disclosure of an international drug transit network. The drugs were hidden in scrap metal and transported by sea to Georgia from Peru, Panama and Columbia. From the Georgian ports, the drugs moved further to Turkey and were distributed throughout Europe. The drug dealer network was coordinated by a citizen of Greece Nugzar Bochorishvili who, according to the law-enforcement authorities, is currently staying in Spain. In the course of investigation, six members of the criminal group were detained: Anastasia Zautashvili, Kakha and Mevlud Svanidze, Roman Museliani, Georgi Chechelashvili and Tengiz Gurchiani. The "scrap metal" arrived to Poti in the name of Museliani. The Georgian MIA held a special operation in the village of Geguti of Tskhaltubskiy region (Western Georgia) on June 2. The mentioned 1,7 million euros had been buried in the greenhouse belonging to Bochorishvili's family. According to the police, the money was obtained from cocaine sale.