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The suspect of spying for Georgia is arrested in South Ossetia2008-11-11 10:53
The State Security Committee members found the documents of Georgian special services, containing the data about Ossetians who had worked with them. The papers were found in South Ossetian settlements Tamarasheni, Kurta and Kekhvi, that had been under Georgian control, RIA-Novosti informs, alluding to The Commersant.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the Committee, in Tamarasheni, in the building previously occupied by the Georgian State Security Ministry officers, the archive with the names of agents, recruited in different over years and tapes with their interviews recorded. The Committee investigative group brought an action, and then several suspects from locals appeared. One of them, timur Guchmazov, the State Security Committee orderly task frontier officer, was detained and on September, 29th, charged of high treason.
The Ossetian special services representatives stated that for the data for Georgian side Guchmazov was paid altogether 2,5 thousand dollars. He was leaking secret information till autumn 2007. The Committee representatives said that he partially pleaded guilty in high treason.
The Georgian Foreign Ministry called the data about the archive misinformation. Dmitry Sanakoyev, the head of the South Ossetian alternative government stated that no-one would keep agent databases in the area of conflict. "I swear in the name of God, there were no lists and we didn't work with it", - Sanakoyev said.