In Georgia, the organizers of the rebellion were sentenced to prison

Today in Georgia ended a court case of attempted mutiny at the military base Muhrovani. Three defendants in the case received prison terms ranging from 19 to 29 years, said the radio station Ekho Moskvy.

However, the court acquitted one of the suspects in the insurgency. This former commander of the National Guard Koba Kobaladze. He was arrested on May 5, like most of the suspects, including former high-ranking military.

Recall the morning of May 5 armored battalion, stationed in Muhrovani (near Tbilisi), expressed defiance of the authorities. According to Defense Minister Vasil Sikharulidze, this statement followed a presentation on the prevention of military rebellion.

After the talks, which were attended by Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, a part of the military surrendered, while others were delayed.

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