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Criminal trace found in anti-presidential protests2010-07-05 17:15
According to the report from Vienna police, an international criminal grouping can be involved in financing last year's protest rallies against Mikheil Saakashvili, the President of Georgia - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Austrian police reports the backbone of the grouping is based in Georgia and receives money from, in the first line, crimes committed by members in West Europe [theft, blackmailing, money laundering). The 46-page report, which became available to Wall Street Journal, also suggests the grouping members are connected to businessmen of Georgian origin, residing in Vienna.
The aim of the grouping was an attempt to topple Saakashvili via corruption and intimidation, as well as via influencing Georgian economy and politics.