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Conservative: there was no mutiny in Mukhrovani2010-01-12 14:30
According to the Conservative Party of Georgia representatives, setting free one of the main suspects over the case confirmed: there was no mutiny in Mukhrovani military base - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The party sees necessary to start international investigation of the case, which, according to the movement representatives, will "reveal inspirators of the provocation and will allow to initiate impeachment of the President of Georgia".
Yesterday Tbilisi city court acquitted General Koba Kobaladze, on of the accused over the Mukhrovani mutiny case - Georgia Times correspondent in Tbilisi.
The court refused to sentence him to 13.5 years of imprisonment and set him free.
Previously Gela Nikolaishvili, his attorney, said the investigation had no evidence or proof of Kobaladze's guilt.
Yet the rest of the accused were sentenced: Koba Otanadze - to 29 years in prison, Levan Amiridze - to 28 years, Shota Gorgashvili - 19 years, all the rest - 11 years.