TBILISI (AFP) - A Georgian court Friday dramatically freed four photojournalists convicted of spying for enemy Russia after handing them suspended sentences in a case that shocked the media community. The four, who include President Mikheil's personal photographer, were freed on probation after pleading guilty to passing confidential data from state agencies to Russian military intelligence in a high-profile case that caused widespread controversy. They said they accepted the evidence against them but were released under a plea bargain agreed with prosecutors earlier.