Tbilisi grenade was ‘live’ after all

The FBI and the White House confirmed May 18 that a grenade thrown at President Bush during a visit to Tbilisi, Georgia on May 10 was capable of exploding. President Bush, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili, and many Georgian citizens attending the rally in Tbilisi’s Freedom Square could have been injured.

One response to “Tbilisi grenade was ‘live’ after all”

  1. Anything that comes out of this government is a lie. Why is the Bush Adminsitration looking for sympathy? Is it because of Congress being in the news? Is this just another diversionary tactic?

    Whatever , if it didn’t go off what is so special about this grenade?