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Joseph Key accuses Patarkatsishvili’s widow of killing her husband2010-02-12 14:55
Joseph Key, the distant relative of late Georgian billionaire Badri Patarkatsishvili brought a claim to the New York court against tycoon's widow. He accuses her of killing her husband, the statement of the Patarkatsishvili's family says - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In his claim Key states that on February 12th 2008 Inna Gudavadze and other accomplices agreed and murdered him. The claim is brought against 56 people, most of them are not named.
"The claim is full of absurd accusations. Key states Inna Gudavadze is the accomplice of Badri's murder and she, with the help of her financial opportunities, managed to stop the investigation which had been started by English law enforcement bodies," the statement says.
Key mentions that murder of Patarkatsishvili inflicted him a strong emotional trauma, as the he rendered him assistance in business and financial aid, and in result of the murder he was left without the aforesaid aid. In this regard Key demands financial compensation from Gudavadze.
Patarkatsishvili's family refused to comment this "absurd charge."
Yet the statement says the lawyers of the family received a proposal to start negotiations, though it's not known whether they accepted it.
They intend to use Key's claim for their own profit and try the sentence of the Georgian court in New York. In February 2009 Georgian courts called Key the executor of the testament, but refused to call him the administrator.