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Grenade thrown at U.S. president in Tbilisi was live – FBI

The grenade thrown at the crowd when U.S. President George W. Bush was speaking in Tbilisi’s Freedom Square on May 10 was live, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation official Brian Parman said at a press briefing on Wednesday. He said the grenade did not detonated because it hit a girl, which cushioned the impact. If the grenade had gone off, not only the U.S. and Georgian presidents, but many other people would have been affected, Parman said. Full Story

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