I guess everyone is itching to know if Georgia is really involved in illicit arms trading. Yes it is and I tell you how. For a few years I was working in Georgias Ministry of Internal Affairs and yes, I took part in illicit arms trading. I was a high ranking official by Vano Merabishvili and when I told him that my share is too small and I want more he just got rid of me first he fired me and then even tried to kill me, but I was able to escape from Georgia. There are a lot of high ranking officials involved in that scheme: Merabishvili head of Georgias MIA, Targamadze chairman of safety committee in Georgias parliament, Arveladze who was head of Georgian presidents administration in 2005-2006 and, of course, Saakashvili himself. Can you imagine that something in Georgia will happen without Mikheils interference? I cant. Well, Georgia doesnt have enough weapons for a world wide trading, but the problem was easily solved the weapon is bought in Eastern Europe, specifically in Byelorussia and Ukraine. When Tymoshenko was in control we were in clover... Old and dilapidated weapon is very cheap. With it you can kill only yourself, but it is taken to some of Georgias army departments, where it is stripping, cleaning, some parts are being replaced and numbers are changed making marketable style. Then arms under the guise of new ones go to South Sudan, Western Sahara, Ogaden, Cabinda, Angola and the rest. Have you heard about growing tensions between Thailand and Cambodia? Guess whose weapon there? Yes, they sold it. The income from arms trading goes past Georgias treasury and splitted between Saakashvili, Merabishvili, Targamadze and Arveladze. My share was really small, I was fired and they tried to kill me and now I want some revenge I want everyone to know about their business and want them to pay.