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Court released Tengiz Gunava on bail2012-12-03 15:05
Tbilisi City Court has released another two former Interior Ministry officials on bail. As reported by the speaker-judge of the Tbilisi court on December 3 at a briefing, on December 1, the court did not setisfy the prosecution's request not to detain former head of the Georgian Interior Ministry General Inspection Tengiz Gunava into custody and select a measure of restraint in the form of bail 10 thousand lari, the IA Regnum reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Recall, for the first time Tengiz Gunava was arrested on November 16. He was charged of possession of drugs and weapons, but later he was released on bail of 10,000 lari (about 6,000 dollars).
In late November Tengiz Gunava was arrested for the second time on new charges. This was reported by Gunava's lawyer Malkhaz Velidzhanashvili.
According to the lawyer, on Thursday Gunava was invited to prosecutor for interrogation, during which he was accused of embezzling of 3,000 liters of gasoline. He also was charged under the Article 333 (abuse of power) and 186 (appropriation).