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What the Georgian Spy and Bomb Stories Could Mean for the U.S.

Mitchell, Lincoln A.

The Georgia photographer sky scandal seems to have concluded with the accused photographers making a deal with the authorities wherein in exchange for admitting their guilt, they would avoid lengthy jail sentences. Because of the agreement, the truth of the accusations, that four photographers including two who had worked closely with the Georgian government, notably Irakli Gedenidze, Georgian President Mikheil Saakasvhili's longtime photographer, had acted as Russian spies will remain largely unknown.

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Harriman Institute
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October 28, 2011