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Patarkatzishvili family: Kay accuses businessman's widow of killing her husband

Politics Materials 12 February 2010 16:10 (UTC +04:00)
Joseph Key, who has lost trials in European courts and is charged of appropriating late businessman Badri Patarkatzishvili’s property his remote kinsman attempted to save his face again. Together with his lawyer Emmanuel Seltzer, who appears in all his affairs, he brought an action in the court of New-York.
Patarkatzishvili family: Kay accuses businessman's widow of killing her husband

Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb 12 / Trend N. Kirtzhalia /

Joseph Key, who  has lost trials in European courts and is charged of appropriating late businessman Badri Patarkatzishvili's property his remote kinsman attempted to save his face again. Together with his lawyer Emmanuel Seltzer, who appears in all his affairs, he brought an action in the court of New-York.

In this lawsuit Kay noted two years ago, on Feb. 12, 2008, Inna Gudavadze, Patarkatzishvili's widow, and some other people including former wife of Kay himself, arranged assassination of Badri Patarkatsishvili, the Patarkatsishvili family released in a statement.

The action was brought against 56 people though more than half of them aren't named.

"The action is full of absurd charges. Kay declares that Inna Gudavadze is culpable participant of assassination of Badri Patarkatzishvili and using her financial opportunities she could stop the investigation of British law enforcement agencies."

Kay consolidates his positions by verdict of the Georgian court which declared him a temporal manager of Badri Patarkatsishvili's heritage. At the same time, he passes over in silence the judgments made by the courts of the UK, Gibraltar and Lichtenstein.

Kay affirms that Gudavadze traumatized him by murdering Badri Patarkatsishvili. Badri constantly helped him with work and finances and now he was left without that help. Therefore, Kay demands dollar adjustment from Inna Gudavadze, he said.

Meanwhile, Patarkatzishvili family said they weren't going to reply such absurd statements, but after bringing the action in the court of New-York their lawyers offered them to negotiate.

"We are completely sure that Kay stole assets and money of our family. We'll offer legal struggle against Kay. We won't spare energy and resources that family owns until we obtain justice and take the last cent he stole," the statement says.

The Patarkatsishvili family assured they will use the trial in New-York court to establish legality of verdicts sentenced at Georgian court. "We couldn't do it earlier and now Kay's new action gives us this opportunity", late businessman's family says.

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