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Babutsa Gordadze detained in Malaysia is no longer facing death penalty
14:11 03.04.2012
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Babutsa Gordadze detained in Malaysia is no longer threatened by death penalty.  

Today, trial on this case was held, where it was decided that detainee will be sentenced to 8 years imprisonment. She has served already 2 years. 

We will recall you that two citizens of Georgia Babutsa Gordadze and Darejan Kokhtashvili were arrested by Malaysian law enforcements in October 2010 for Norco- trafficking. They were facing death penalty.

After active interference of Georgian side none of Georgian citizens will be punished with death penalty. Also, it became known recently that the second detainee Darejan Kokhtashvili's punishment was changed from death penalty to 6 years of imprisonment.

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