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Interior Ministry presented the video compromising Burjanadze’s party members2009-03-24 10:50
Yesterday the Interior Ministry of Georgia made a statement on the arrest of Nino Burjanadze's party members. According to Shota Utiashvili, the Interior Ministry spokesman, the Ministry conducts constant monitoring of the illegal arms circulation, and in recent times several groups, having interest for purchasing automatic guns, were revealed.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"This morning a few members of these groups were detained.The Interior ministry didn't plan to make this statement before the end of the investigation, but several political and public organizations responded to the event. The issue was seriously politicized, representatives of several parties made very harsh statements about the arrests. For that reason, we decided to supply the public with part of the materials that prove the arrested individuals' criminal activities. The remaining materials and proof will be presented to the public later", Utiashvili stated.
After that the video footage with the arrested Burjanadze's supporters were shown to journalists. One of the activists agrees with an unknown arms trader on the purchase of a semiautomatic gun and AKS (a rifle). Later the second activist meets the trader and buys the weapons.
One more video shoes Vakhtang Narsia, who, according to the Interior Ministry, is drug-intoxicated, talks with an arms trader. Narsia talks of the intention to gather armed groupings for riots.
The video footage also includes talks of Mamuka Shengelia and Georgi Tsertsvadze - also with arms traders.