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Georgian special agent claiming to be a Russian spy2010-11-15 17:25
There has been an unexpected turn in the "Russian spies" case in Georgia. According to Moskovsky Komsomolets, the newspaper observer managed to meet with the former Georgian MSS (Ministry of State Security) officer David Bakuridze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He admitted that one of the central figures of the "Russian spies case" Petr Devrishadze was personally enrolled by him in 1999. It should be noted that it is Devrishadze's demonstrative confession that is used by Tbilisi as a basic argument in the case of "revealing" Russian "spy network".
"I had him sign a written undertaking, executed the necessary documents of our secret agent and supervised his activities from 1999 to 2004, - Bakuridze said. - His task was to set up contacts with Saakashvili's party, which was in opposition then, and inform us of what was happening there... I paid him personally for that. He got high money".
At present, Devrishadze is supervised not by MSS that was dissolved but by Constitutional Security Department of Interior Ministry of Georgia, former state security officer reported.