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Akhalaia transferred to the prison for thieves in law2012-11-14 16:34
Ministry of Corrections, Probation and Legal Assistance has transferred former Defense Minister Bacho Akhalaia from Gldani prison No 8 to the prison No 7 for dangerous criminals and criminal authorities, the IA Regnum reported. Supporters of the "United National Movement" believe that Akhalaia was intentionally transferred to the prison for the thieves in law since the authorities want to break his spirit.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bacha Akhalaia's father, Georgian MP Roland Akhalaia told reporters that he considers his son's arrest and his transfer to the prison for dangerous special offenders the state terrorism and political violence by Alasania (current Defense Minister), Thea Tsulukiani (Minister of Justice), Archil Kbilashvili (Prosecutor General) and Sozar Subari (Minister of Corrections, Probation and Legal Assistance).
In response, Subari gave a special briefing on November 14. "Bacho Akhalaia was transferred to the prison No 7, since this is the most secure place. There his safety is protected. He is completely isolated not only from the other prisoners, but also from other parts of the building", said Sozar Subari.
Recall, former Interior Minister of Georgia Bacho Akhalaia was arrested on November 6. According to his lawyer David Dekanoidze, Akhalaia was charged with abuse of office.
The cause of the accusations against Akhalaia was the complaints to the Prosecutor General's office from former employees of the department.