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Were there plans for Kokoyty’s assassination?2009-02-24 12:53
The tape with the recorded talk of Alan Parastayev, the ex-Interior Minister of South Ossetia, and some criminal was found. The interlocutors agree upon the assassination of Eduard Kokoyty, the President of South Ossetia. The tape is dated with 2006 and published by OsInform, RosBalt reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
It's worthy noticing that yesterday Alan Parastayev accused Kokoyty in terrorism and "bandit's thinking".
In his interview to Imedi the ex-minister claimed that the President of South Ossetia "ordered" assassinations of people he disliked, including Oleg Alborov, the republican Security Council Secretary [later the Georgian side was accused of this assassination]. Kokoyty also "ordered" terrorist acts, raising panic and hatred to Georgians among population, Parastayev stated.
Parastayev headed the Interior Ministry of South Ossetia under the presidents Chibirov and Kokoyty. He also occupied the position of the chairman of the Supreme Court. In August 2008 he escaped from the prison in Tskhinval (he was convicted of terrorism and work for Georgian special services) and was appointed the Deputy Minister for Probation, Penitentiary and Legal Assistance.