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Kobaladze was sentenced to months of imprisonment2009-05-08 14:17
Tbilisi city court sentenced Koba Kobaladze, the ex-commander of the National Guard of Georgia, was sentenced to 2 months of pretrial incarceration. He is charged of plot aimed to overthrow power by violence - RBC.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kobaladze didn't plead guilty and considers his arrest illegal, Gela Nikolaishvili, his attorney, said and added they will appeal.
Law enforcement structures arrested 10 military policemen and 13 civilians over the mutiny. Among them: Georgi Gvaladze, the ex-head of Delta special mission squad and Koba Kobaladze, the ex-commander of the National Guard of Georgia.
Levan Amiridze, Koba otanadze and Giya Krialashvili are wanted by the MIA, 50 000 lari (about USD 30 000) is a reward for the information concerning their whereabouts.
On May 5th Georgian MIA claimed it unveiled the plot, aimed "at minimum to derange the international NATO exercise, at maximum - a military coup", and presented video with Gvaladze and Otanadze allegedly discussing the preparation for the coup.