2010-07-30“I’ll rip you to shreads,” threatened officials of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Officials from the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources, Alverd Chankseliani and Khatuna Akhalaia, verbally and physically insulted two journalists, Madona Batiashvili and Gela Mtivlishvili of the Kakheti Information Centre. The unfortunate incident took place on July 29, 2010 at 5 PM, in the building of the Ministry, the Orhus Center. The exchange was colorful in its wording, “you’re sick and need treatment … “what an idiot! I should just tear you to threads, you up,’’ – threatened the Ministry officials.
2010-07-30The guns kept in the children’s wardrobes, in other words how the political prisoners started
The Conservative party member Demur Antia was arrested on September 5th, 2008 in the morning at 5 o’clock. The search took place in his home early in the morning. Police found guns on the second floor in the children’s room. Despite the obvious violations in his case, Antia was convicted a year in prison.
2010-07-23“The Human Rights Centre” demands Public Defender’s Office to investigate case of the Qemashvili Family
2010-07-21Youth Movement Member of “November 7” on Hunger Strike for the Release of Political Prisoners
2010-07-19“NO” Movement blames Tbilisi City Court Judge for Unlawful Imprisonment of Akaki Darsalia
2010-07-19The Third Day of Starvation
2010-07-15Information and Comments by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia on the Police Operation in Mestia of 7 July 2010
In 2010, Canadian investor William James Simpson purchased a land area in the town of Mestia from Giorgi Svanidze, along with a ruined building of the former tourist complex “Ushba,” where he planned to construct a hotel. The land purchase agreement was legal and was registered in the Georgian National Agency of Public Registry (Svanidze had been an owner of this land for several years). William Simpson’s official, notarially certified representative in Georgia was David Kukhilava, resident of the town of Jvari.
2010-07-13An Inmate Died in Rustavi Prison # 2
2010-07-1318 People Detained for Criminal Settlement of Conflict in Khoni
As a result of a special operation in Khoni on July 6, 18 people were detained in their own homes at five in the morning. In addition, approximately 40 people were brought to the police station and interrogated as witnesses. On July 8, Darejan Kvaratskhelia, judge at the Khoni district court, sentenced nine suspects to a two month pretrial detention. Five attorneys defended the suspects.
2010-07-09Law Enforcement Officers Detained Suspects In the Support of Criminals, Among Them Football Player Giorgi Demetradze
2010-07-08Experts of Mental Hospital Are Free on Bail
2010-07-06Trial of Vladimer Vakhania Was Renewed
The trial of the academician Vladimer Vakhania was renewed at the Kutaisi Appeal Court. The attorneys spoke about health conditions of the prisoner and general situation in the prison in their interviews with the journalists. The attorneys state that Vladimer Vakhania was detained according to the government’s order; that he is a political prisoner and it is very difficult to defend him from the unfair judiciary system.
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How do you think, did the political prisoners, released by the Parliament of Georgia short time ago, deserve freedom?