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Mass media: Georgian Times head fled to South Ossetia2010-05-11 11:48
According to Imedi TV company, Malkhaz Gulashvili, the head of Georgian Times media holding [Georgia] and leader of the People's Orthodox Movement fled to Akhalgory region of South Ossetia - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The sources say he fled as he knew a criminal case over a fight in Caucasia TV channel will be brought.
Ekizbar Javelidze, one of his supporters, presented Gulashvili's address saying in case persecution of his family and campaign to discredit his movement continues, he'll have to seek a refugee in some European or Asian country.
"Various provocations and attacks are conducted against my son, that's why I have to take him out of the country and ensure security of my family," the document says.
On Friday Caucasia channel held debates over the Saidumlo Siroba book [the title in the offensively distorted Last Supper] by young author Erekle Deisadze, published past month. The debates in the studio were attended by the author, public figures, politicians, experts, and Ilia Chavchavadze University [where the presentation was held not so long ago] students.
In some time the author and his friend, discontent with the discussion, demonstratively left the studio, but in the street faced representatives of the Union of Orthodox Parents and People's Orthodox Movement, who assaulted Deisadze and his friend. Then radical opponents of the book broke into the studio and smashed it up. Several people, including journalists, were injured. Patrol police had to interfere and restore the order.