In Georgia detained on the case of undermining the car of the Deputy Givi Targamadze – Boris Chagunava – pleaded guilty to illegal possession of explosives, weapons and ammunition. While the suspect continues to deny involvement in the explosion, reports news Agency “Interfax” with reference to the statement of the Georgian Prosecutor Leah Chaduneli.
“Chagunava acknowledged that illegally kept their weapons, but categorically denies any involvement in the explosion of a car Targamadze. Chagunava said in court that the weapons, explosives and ammunition that he had deposited the wanted David Kuchuashvili,” said Chaduneli.
Earlier, the Georgian interior Ministry opened a criminal case on the fact of explosion of the car Targamadze and established artist, who, according to preliminary data, was David Kuchuashvili, immediately after the crime fled the country. Him in absentia was charged with attempted premeditated murder.
This week on the case of explosion was delayed relative Kuchuashvili – Boris Chagunava. During the search of his garage were discovered explosives, weapons, ammunition and drawings of buildings, where lives and works Targamadze.
The customer of a crime in Ministry of internal Affairs of Georgia is not yet known. Some members of the ruling party “Georgian dream” believe that the customer of the explosion could be the ex-President, the head of administration of the Odessa region of Ukraine, Mikhail Saakashvili, who alleged before the parliamentary elections of October 8 could stage a provocation on the territory of Georgia.
In the center of Tbilisi Mall “Pirimze” the evening of October 4 was blown up a car belonging to a member of Parliament from the former ruling party “United national movement” Givi Targamadze in absentia arrested in Russia for “swamp case”. Were in salon of the car of the politician was not injured.
“I did not realize it. Left the office, sat with the driver in the car. I think that the explosive device was embedded in the back of the car. We have not received severe wounds, however, as far as I know, three people were injured and were hospitalized,” – said Targamadze.
Givi Targamadze – the Deputy of Parliament of Georgia, one of the leaders of the oppositional “United national movement”, led by ex-President Mikheil Saakashvili. Under Saakashvili Targamadze headed the parliamentary Committee on defense and national security.
Russian authorities in March 2013 announced Targamadze on the international wanted list on charges of organizing mass riots in Moscow on 6 may 2012 on Bolotnaya square. The case was initiated on the basis of the facts stated in the film NTV “Anatomy of protest-2″. The Prosecutor’s office of Georgia has refused to extradite Targamadze to Russia, saying that it is contrary to the local Constitution. Interpol refused to arrest him.
Name Targamadze was the center of attention in early 2014 in connection with events in Kiev. In April 2014, the retired Georgian General Tristan, Tsitelashvili said that snipers shoot to kill at people on the Maidan in February were former employees of power structures of Saakashvili. The TV channel “Russia 1″ it is said that a group of Georgian snipers in Kiev led by Gia Baramidze and Targamadze.