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Polish scapegoat to be tried for disclosing Saakashvili’s shady action2010-07-22 15:14
Ex-head of Polish presidential administration can be a culprit in the case of alleged firing of Kaczynski's and Saakashvili's motorcade in the course of the former's visit to Georgia in 2008 - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to tvp.info [Poland], the Prosecutor's office of Poland intends to bring a criminal case against the ex-official for passing the Internal Security Agency's report about the "Georgian incident" to mass media.
The accident involving the two leaders occurred in November 2008 at the border with South Ossetia. The Polish President said that several meters in front of him bursts of assault rifles' fire were heard. The Georgian side accused Russian military of firing at the presidential motorcade.
In a year Dziennik [Polish newspaper] published extracts from Internal Security Agency's report, saying the firing at the motorcade was a provocation of the Georgian side.