TBILISI, DFWatch–Georgia’s top prosecutor says no-one is charged in the case of four compromising sex videos of politicians which were posted on the Internet.
Speaking at a conference about juvenile justice reform on Friday, Chief Prosecutor Irakli Shotadze told journalists that the investigation into the videos is still in progress. He added that Georgia has asked its partner countries for legal assistance.
March 11, March 14 and March 31 video clips showing politicians engaging in sex acts were uploaded to Youtube, and many people received a link to the video through Facebook. A fourth sex tape was posted on April 12.
Five people were arrested on April 8, in connection with the videos that were uploaded on March 11 and 14.
The Prosecutor General’s Office says the videos were not uploaded from Georgia and that none of them were made after the change of government on October 1, 2012.