State Security Service of Georgia publicizes secret audio material

State Security Service of Georgia publicizes secret audio material
State Security Service of Georgia publicizes secret audio material

The State Security Service of Georgia has released a secret material, which, as they say, have been recorded in Saakashvili's presidential library and obtained based on the court judgment. 

In discussing the issue in the audio material, one of the men, supposedly Besik Tseredani, says that in hospitalizing Mikheil Saakashvili, they must block roads.

"You cannot take over the prison facility as this needs the party's resources. We talked about the issue yesterday; this is how we decided: you will take cars, around 100 or 150, and block the roads. The Gldani prison building is surrounded by roads, and you will need around 500 or 600 men to block them. They will fail to hospitalize him as soon as he needs hospitalization. 

I still believe we will have to follow the Maidan scenario as they will not go anywhere through the elections unless the system collapses. First, we need to bring the process to this, though. They will have to employ so unspeakably disgusting methods to rig the elections that we will have to take to the streets. When we do so, everything will spiral out of control. One can control processes on a global level but not when it comes to details. One or two persons will be harmed in the streets and no one will manage to control anything there'' the man, who the State Security Service identifies as Besik Tserediani, says in the recording. 

The State Security Service of Georgia is holding an investigation into a plot to topple the government. The information was released at the briefing.

The state agency says that the obtained evidence indicates that they plan to take destructive actions, namely, to hamper Mikheil Saakashvili's transfer to the prison hospital if his health condition deteriorates by blocking roads and creating a chaotic situation.

According to the State Security Service, they have provided the corresponding information to the penitentiary establishment, but those involved in the planned scheme refused to be interrogated; however, they will be questioned in accordance with the law later.

Representatives of the state agency say that UNM members are contriving the scheme.

The State Security Service has retrieved the two-hour audio evidence, which has been attached to the criminal case. 

One section of the recording has yet been publicized at the briefing. 

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