"Thief in law" from France sued the President of Georgia

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Criminal authority Kakha Shushanashvili, who is serving a life sentence in France, demands that Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili return his Georgian citizenship, Rustavi 2 TV company reports.
Known in the criminal world under the nickname "Kakha Rustavsky", Kakha Shushanashvili in 2010 was found guilty by a French court of the contract murder of another "thief in law" — Vladimir Janashia, nicknamed "Lado".
In 2020, Salome Zurabishvili deprived many "thieves in law" living abroad of Georgian citizenship in order to restrict their movement across the European Union without a visa. In addition, in case of detention abroad, they will not be deported to Georgia.
According to Rustavi-2, the Tbilisi City Court has already accepted Shushanashvili's claim for production.
Kakha Shushanashvili's daughter, Tatia Shushanashvili, told reporters that her father has been serving a sentence in Marseille prison for 12 years. He is placed in solitary confinement, his health is deteriorating more and more, so he demands extradition to his homeland, and for this he needs a Georgian passport.
"He filed a lawsuit in court. We demand through the court to cancel the decree signed by the president," said Tatia Shushanashvili.
The Services Development Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia is represented in court as a defendant together with the President.
According to the TV channel, the relevant presidential decree on the termination of citizenship was based on the conclusion of the Ministry of Justice, from which it follows that Kakhaber Shushanashvili received Russian citizenship in 2015. Shushanashvili's lawyer claims that the submitted document is not authentic, since Shushanashvili, who was wanted during this period by the Interpol Red Circular, was already serving his sentence in Marseille prison.
In addition to Shushanashvili, other "thieves in law" filed a lawsuit against the president. Basically, we are talking about those who were acquitted by the courts of Georgia in 2013-18, however, after the announcement of the acquittal, they still had to leave the country.

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"Thief in law" from France sued the President of Georgia

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Read: 636     14:00     25 ЯНВАРЬ 2022    

Criminal authority Kakha Shushanashvili, who is serving a life sentence in France, demands that Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili return his Georgian citizenship, Rustavi 2 TV company reports.
Known in the criminal world under the nickname "Kakha Rustavsky", Kakha Shushanashvili in 2010 was found guilty by a French court of the contract murder of another "thief in law" — Vladimir Janashia, nicknamed "Lado".
In 2020, Salome Zurabishvili deprived many "thieves in law" living abroad of Georgian citizenship in order to restrict their movement across the European Union without a visa. In addition, in case of detention abroad, they will not be deported to Georgia.
According to Rustavi-2, the Tbilisi City Court has already accepted Shushanashvili's claim for production.
Kakha Shushanashvili's daughter, Tatia Shushanashvili, told reporters that her father has been serving a sentence in Marseille prison for 12 years. He is placed in solitary confinement, his health is deteriorating more and more, so he demands extradition to his homeland, and for this he needs a Georgian passport.
"He filed a lawsuit in court. We demand through the court to cancel the decree signed by the president," said Tatia Shushanashvili.
The Services Development Agency of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia is represented in court as a defendant together with the President.
According to the TV channel, the relevant presidential decree on the termination of citizenship was based on the conclusion of the Ministry of Justice, from which it follows that Kakhaber Shushanashvili received Russian citizenship in 2015. Shushanashvili's lawyer claims that the submitted document is not authentic, since Shushanashvili, who was wanted during this period by the Interpol Red Circular, was already serving his sentence in Marseille prison.
In addition to Shushanashvili, other "thieves in law" filed a lawsuit against the president. Basically, we are talking about those who were acquitted by the courts of Georgia in 2013-18, however, after the announcement of the acquittal, they still had to leave the country.

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