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Saakashvili owes criminal dons2010-07-26 14:26
According to Badri Bitsadze, the ex-deputy Interior Minister, before coming to power Mikheil Saakashvili closely contacted with criminal dons and received money from them - the VZGLYAD.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In November 2003 Saakashvili told him [Bitsadze] he "received 2 million" from Tariel Oniani. Several days ago in Moscow Oniani was sentenced to ten years of imprisonment. Way back in 2003 Saakashvili promised to appoint the don's adherent a head of railway, but never did it.
The ex-deputy Minister also said that Saakashvili "made friends" with another criminal boss - Zakhari Kalashov, who was detained in Spain over a drug scandal not so long ago.