Former prisoners, accompanied by Georgian officials leave Gldani prison No. 8 in 

Former prisoners, accompanied by Georgian officials leave Gldani prison No. 8 in Tbilisi, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013. Nearly 200 inmates considered political prisoners by Georgia's new parliament have walked free under an amnesty strongly opposed by President Mikhail Saakashvili. Many of those who walked free on Sunday were arrested during anti-Saakashvili protests in May 2011. Others had been convicted of trying to overthrow the government or of spying for Russia. (AP Photo) Shakh Aivazov
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Former prisoners, accompanied by Georgian officials leave Gldani prison No. 8 in Tbilisi, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013. Nearly 200 inmates considered political prisoners by Georgia's new parliament have walked free under an amnesty strongly opposed by President Mikhail Saakashvili. Many of those who walked free on Sunday were arrested during anti-Saakashvili protests in May 2011. Others had been convicted of trying to overthrow the government or of spying for Russia. (AP Photo) Shakh Aivazov
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