Aug 16, 2007

It Was the Summer of '99

Remember August-September 1999, when "Chechen Terrorists" were felling Russian apartment buildings with a high-grade military explosvie that one could only procure from KGB-run factories?

Well, so do the Georgians (Messenger ): "Davit Bakradze, the new State Minister for Conflict Resolution, had the sharpest of sharp re-joinders for Ivanov's statement [that Tbilisi planted the missile].'Unlike its neighboring country, Georgian authorities do not plant bombs in apartment buildings,' Bakradze said."

To our knowledge, this is the first time a government official has just come out said it.

(If you're in the mood on these hot muggy days, take a min. to stroll down memory lane.)

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