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Welcome back, Malkhaz!2011-10-31 12:17
The owner of Georgian Times Media Holding Malkhaz Gulashvili and his son David, who fled to Russia from Georgia last year, have returned to their homeland. The homeland was waiting for them with open arms and handcuffs. The father has already been sent into prison for a year and a half. The son was released on bail. Mikhail Saakashvili's henchmen are wondering why he has "the Kremlin's propaganda mouthpiece" returned? What if he's was going to offer his pen for Bidzina Ivanishvili? But Malkhaz just wanted to be reunited with his family. His youngest son and wife have been the regime's hostages for over a year.
youngest son and wife have been the regime's hostages for over a year.
Returning of Malkhaz Gulashvili to Georgia seems to be complete surrender to the police regime. He made a deal with the investigation, he has pleaded guilty for illegally crossing the border (but not for a fight because of the blasphemous book of Deisadze) and agreed to sit in jail. His eldest son got rid of imprisonment by paying a bail.
The detention at the Georgian-Azerbaijani border, as his wife Nana Gagua has confirmed, was carried out in a civilized manner. Malkhaz and David have surrendered to police themselves.
"We have initially admitted that we had violated the border. We had a great desire to return to Georgia, but due to the fact that my son was still a pupil, we did not want him to have broken the school year. He has completed his studies in Georgian school and then he became a freshman of the diplomatic department of the Slovak University. After that, we have agreed with our lawyer Theo Peradze, and she had made the statement that we were returning to Georgia. At the border we met with the lawyer, and then Malkhaz and my son had been detained in accordance with all the legal procedures. I want to unequivocally state that there was no psychological or physical pressure. It all had happened fairly democratically and civilized way. Now my son is at home and for me it's the most important thing", told Nana Gagua to "PirWeli". She said that she is not afraid of the court over David, which will soon take place. Moreover, she intends to take his documents from the Slovak University to continue his studying in Georgia.
Two weeks ago Papuna Gulashvili - the younger son of Malkhaz and Nana - wrote a letter to the president of Georgia. Its contents remain a mystery. But it had an effect even greater than his fatherr's deal with the investigation and last year's letter of prominent public and cultural figures in the protection of journalist to the Government.