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Caucasian prisoners: Georgian lawlessness in Abkhazia2011-03-23 22:12
Another meeting in the context of the incidents preventing mechanism took place today at the border of Georgia and Abkhazia. The Abkhaz party demanded bringing back a citizen of the republic Merab Kolbaya abducted by Georgian special services on February 16. But his disappearance is just one of the stages of a multi-step combination devised by Sakartvelo's law-enforcement authorities. It's time the Abkhaz authorities appealed not against the single cases of abduction but against a new strategy of the Georgian security officials that may put many people of the country in Georgian prison.
This morning, Georgian MIA announced the solving of another big crime - the murder of the head of Emergency Situations Service of Adzharia Dmitry Kordzadze. He was blown up in the company car in spring 2010. Naturally, the "trace" leads to Russia, which special services, according to the Georgian party, arranged the murder. However, the crime was executed by the people of Galsky region of Abkhazia. Most of them have been arrested and are giving a confession, of course.
Georgian police revealed the names of the detainees. They are Temur Butbaya and Otar Rogava. One of them has already died. Rogava was detained several months ago on suspicion of implication in the organization of terrorist attacks in the Georgian territory. Only today, MIA reported that he had committed suicide. However, Georgian law-enforcement authorities did not let him peacefully go to heaven. Before that, he had given a confession on all the possible crimes "arranged" by Russian FSS.
Constitutional Security Department of Georgia created a huge mosaic of the framed-up criminal cases involving those citizens of Abkhazia whom Sakartvelo would like to see prisoners. All these cases have got similar plots. There are always some people dressed in plain clothes from FSS or MID who stay behind them. They come to Galsky region of Abkhazia to find the executors for their orders. Then the "executors" are successfully caught by the Georgian police and find themselves behind the bars for long, or even forever, like Rogava.
The scheme used by Georgian special services is very efficient. It allows catching "separatists" without damaging one's reputation in front of the international community. Just look. In earlier times, the officers of the Constitutional Security Department of Georgia "quietly" abducted the Abkhaz people. That was in 2007 when they abducted officer of Galsky administration Dato Sigua and last year, when Garry Jopua was abducted. Sigua's disappearance became a taint in Tbilisi's reputation and Jopua had to be released under the pressure of the Abkhaz party and international mediators.