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Man Held over Threat E-Mail to Public TV Head
Civil Georgia, Tbilisi / 30 Apr.'09 / 13:31

The Interior Ministry said on Thursday that the police arrested a man, who was suspected of sending an e-mail to general director of the public broadcaster, Levan Kubaneishvili.

Police said the suspect threatened Kubaneishvili with “cutting throat.” The Interior Ministry has also released a video footage of the suspect saying that he had sent the threat e-mail to Kubaneishvili, “because of antipathy to that person, triggered by unobjective coverage of events by the public broadcaster.” He said that he had sent the e-mail on April 26.

In July, 2008 the Batumi-based weekly newspaper, Batumelebi, reported, including to the police, that it had received a death threat e-mail. Police questioned some of the journalists from the newspaper as part of the investigation, but no one had been held over the case.

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