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In Poland people are persecuted for truth about Saakashvili2010-08-25 15:37
Petr Kovnatsky, the ex-head of presidential administration, can be sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment for giving out the secret information about firing at motorcades of Polish and Georgian Presidents in 2008.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Prosecutor's Office of Warsaw extended the investigation in regard to Kovantsky, suspected of spreading the secret report of ABW [Poland's Internal Security Agency] about the "Georgian incident".
On November 23rd 2008 the delegation was fired at the border of South Ossetia and Georgia. Tbilisi accused Russian military of it.
Later the Dziennik [Polish newspaper] published extracts from ABW report, which said the firing was the Georgian side's provocation. Polish special services provided explanation: after the first burst of fire the Georgian guards didn't react at all. Besides, President Saakashvili looked "relaxed and was smiling" at the moment of the incident. Georgia.