WikiLeaks has again shocked with Georgia
Infamous web site WikiLeaks has unveiled a new "secret documents" about Georgia. As reported by the "GHN", this time WikiLeaks has declassified documents which affect the activity of the former chief of the Georgian Border Police Badri Bitsadze. At the same time he is the spouse of former parliament speaker Nino Burjanadze.
According to WikiLeaks, former U.S. Ambassador to Georgia John Tefft, in September 2009, said in his letter to the U.S. State Department that there were some evidence that husband of Nino Burjanadze, Badri Bitsadze, was receiving big money from the Georgians, who lived in Russia. Some of them are, ostensibly, the crime bosses.
Further, according to WikiLeaks, Georgian Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili allegedly told the U.S. ambassador that there were evidence that Bitsadze received the bulk of funds from "thieves in law" living in Moscow through Armenia, neighboring Georgia.
In addition, allegedly the head of the Georgian Interior Ministry told the U.S. ambassador that Burjanadze and Bitsadze often visit Europe, where, in fact, they are meeting with these "thieves in law".