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Georgia Grenade - Trial of man accused of trying to kill Bush enters closing phase
NAME: GEO GRENADE 20060111I TAPE: EF06/0031 IN_TIME: 10:53:03:24 DURATION: 00:01:31:08 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Tbilisi - 11 Jan 2006/File RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: Tbilisi, 11 January 2006 1. Wide shot of Tbilisi courthouse 2. Wide shot vehicle with defendants pulling over 3. Policemen waiting for the vehicle 4. Wide shot of suspect Vladimir Arutyunyan's mother, Angela and journalist. 5. UPSOUND: (Russian) Angela Arutyunyan, Vladimir Arutyunyan's mother: "All I want is to see my son back." 6. Wide shot metal barriers near the courthouse 7. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Liza Japardize, Defence lawyer: "My defendant has been saying from the very beginning that he is not guilty, and that the television pictures have been fabricated." 8. Wide shot interior of the courthouse AP File, Tbilisi, 2005 9. Various of the arrest, with Vladimir Arutyunyan shown on police video on stretchers, following a shootout near his house in Tbilisi 10. Angela Arutyunyan being escorted by policemen 11. Various of evidence found in his apartment 12. Various of a previous trial session during which Arutyunyan was exchanging notes with the defence lawyers because he had stitched his lips together in protest STORYLINE: A verdict is expected in the Vladimir Arutyunyan trial in Tbilisi. Arutyunian faces life in prison for allegedly trying to kill U.S. President George W. Bush and Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili at a huge rally in May 2005 and for killing a policeman in a shootout before his arrest. Arutyunian, whose trial began last month, has acknowledged that he threw a grenade in the direction of the stage where Bush and Saakashvili were standing behind a bullet-proof barrier. The grenade landed about 100 feet (30.5 metres) from the stage. It did not explode, and no one was hurt. Despite Arutyunyan entering a plea not guilty - during the trial he said that he would try to kill ssBush again if he had the chance.