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Victim of Domestic Violence Threatens with Suicide in the Receptionist-Room of the Judge

25.09.2009
Mother of two children, victim of the domestic violence Irma Varazashvili threatens with suicide in the receptionist-room of the Judge Lia Otarashvili in Gurjaani district court.

Based on the decision of the judge Varazashvili was evicted from the house registered on her father-in-law. She has two little children. The court decision does not mention her children at all. Consequently, it is unclear where the children will live. Irma Varazashvili’s husband has mental problems. Neighbors of the Varazashvilis said the father has beaten and kicked the children out of the house several times.

In 2008 Judge Lia Otarashvili fined a dead person after discussing the suit against him.

Source: Kakheti News Center

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