This video is called Georgian protests against dictator Saakashvili.
From British daily The Guardian:
Police today said they were treating the death of Badri Patarkatsishvili, a Georgian businessman and political opposition figure, as suspicious.
Patarkatsishvili died of an apparent heart attack at his home in Leatherhead, Surrey, yesterday night, his spokesman, Guga Kvitaishvili, said.
The businessman was seen as a driving force behind anti-government protests in Georgia in November. He was being investigated in the country on charges of plotting to overthrow the government.
Patarkatsishvili denied the accusations, but admitted offering large sums of money to police if they sided with protesters. The demonstrations were violently broken up.
He left Georgia in November, and had since spent time in Britain and Israel. …
Saakashvili has faced accusations of authoritarianism since the November crackdown.
In December, Patarkatsishvili told the Associated Press he had obtained a tape recording of an official in the Georgian interior ministry asking a Chechen warlord to murder him while he was in Britain.
“I believe they want to kill me,” he said.
Four months earlier, the former Georgian defence minister Irakli Okruashvili accused Saakashvili of trying to encourage him to kill Patarkatsishvili in 2005.
See also here.
Saakashvili first became president in a United States government-backed ‘regime change’ by getting supposedly over 90% of the vote. If someone in North Korea gets over 90% of the vote, Western mainstream media call him a dictator. Not so for Saakashvili, a buddy of George W. Bush. Saakashvili got away with violently attacking peaceful demonstrators. He got away with vote rigging. Will he get away with murder maybe?
Georgia, Abkhazia, and Russia: here.