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Vladimer Bedukadze is searched by Interpol
10:39 27.09.2012
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The author of the torture of prisoners, Vladimer Bedukadze is searched by Interpol. 

Information regarding the mentioned fact was placed on the web-page of Interpol. 

According to the statement of the main prosecutor, Murtaz Zodelava, Bedukadze received USD 2 million for the video material of torture of prisoners. 

According to him, the so-called Bedukadze-Purtskhvanidze criminal group was committing ruthless crime with self-interest, to later transfer to the third person.  

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