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Tetrebi leader: scandal with Imedi was connected with Berezovsky2010-03-16 18:15
Boris Berezovsky contributed to the scandalous dramatization by Imedi TV company, Temur Shashiashvili, leader of Tetrebi movement says.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The opposition member believes the disgraced Russian tycoon could offer Saakashvili to air the notorious clip to warm up anti-Russian spirits.
"Saakashvili is pawn in the hands of PR specialists and people, financing him. Everyone knows he cannot think up such things. I won't be surprised to learn Berezovsky even financied this action," Shashiashvili said.
According to the information of the opposition member, several weeks ago Boris Berezovsky visited Georgia and met with the Georgian leader in Batumi. "They agreed on lots of things," Shashiashvili believes. Yet Mikheil Saakashvili claimed to be non-related to the clip.
On March 13th Imedi [Georgian TV channel] showed a reportage on alleged invasion of Russian troops and death of President Saakashvili. It stirred a panic all around Georgia. Yet it turned out to be an "innocent" attempt to "show" the scenario of possible events in case the "Georgian society won't be consolidated against the Russian plan." On the order of President Mikheil Saakashvili, his press secretary Manjgaladze arrived in the studio and calmed down the people, saying such a turn of events can't happen in Georgia at the present-day stage.