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Three police officers dismissed for inappropriate behavior2013-04-16 12:16
Under the order of the Georgian Minister of Defense Irakli Alasania, the head of the military police in Senaki (Samegrelo and Zemo Svaneti region) and three military policemen were were dismissed for inappropriate behavior. This was reported by the News-Georgia referring to the press service of the Georgian Defense Ministry on Monday, April 15.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The military policemen have made action improper for the military. Under the order of the Minister of Defense of Georgia, three military police officers involved in the incident were dismissed from military service," said in the Ministry's statement.
In addition, by order of the Minister, the head of the military police in Senaki who has failed to provide discipline among the subordinate was dismissed from the office.
As recalled by the Interfax, on Sunday, three drunken officers of the Georgian Defense Ministry beat up several several residents of Adjara for the lack of pectoral cross.
"Drunk military police officers stopped all passers-by demanding to show cross, and beat those who had no pectoral cross, including women and young people," the locals say.