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We call on you to leave your current positions, otherwise everyone will know about your sexual immoralities, orientations and drug-addictions." Serving ministers, a party leader, and a well known journalist were named and warned: "You have until March 31 to leave politics or we will upload new films in order to clear you out of the political arena." Most media outlets in Georgia chose not to name those featured in the videos, but the implicated journalist, a political talkshow host, tried to level with the blackmailers live on daytime TV: "I am Inga Grigolia - woman, daughter, mother and friend.
"One expectation that the public had was for this commission to talk about the scope of the surveillance, the method the previous government used, the people standing behind it, and the targets," she said.Authorities said the victims ‘ignored warning signs and paid the ultimate price.’ The avalanche occurred on Friday at the Cheget Mountain in the republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia.On the Georgia-Russian border, the resort claimed the lives of Yana Shanina, 25, her 29-year-old husband Vladimir Shanin."I address those dark forces, who intend to blackmail our population and our society: we will find each of you and you will not be able to frighten and terrorise people." Five people have subsequently been arrested in connection with possessing, or intending to share sex tapes.Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili has promised that those responsible will be "punished in an exemplary manner", and the interior ministry and intelligence services will help investigate the case.They have already proved to be a very effective weapon in Georgian politics.
Secretly filmed abuse of prisoners in Georgia's penal system ultimately toppled Saakashvili’s ruling UNM party in 2012.
Saakashvili's government was defeated in elections in 2012 by a coalition of parties led by the former prime minister and billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili, and since then the intelligence services in Georgia may have become even more powerful.
In 2015, the State Security Agency separated from the Ministry of Interior.
So my question was: 'Do you still have cameras there? '" Mikhail Saaskashvili, who led Georgia after the so-called Rose Revolution of 2003, is well known for having eliminated petty corruption in Georgia's police force, a first for a post-Soviet country.
But he also strengthened the secret services, who under his leadership carried out systematic and comprehensive secret surveillance of politicians and other well-known figures.
Soon it was followed by another video the following Monday of an apparently unidentified personality (though many Georgians have their suspicions), engaged in a sexual activity.