Tsotne Gamsakhurdia Insulted Prosecutor
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia insulted prosecutor Manana Mosulishvili at the trial.
The accused protested the remark of the prosecutor about the statement of Gamsakhurdia’s attorney.
Manana Mosulishvili said if the policemen had oppressed Tsotne Gamsakhurdia, they could have got desirable testimony from him too. Consequently, Mosulishvili excluded the possibility of any kind oppression on Gamsakhurdia after detention.
The attorneys made defense statement about this allegation. They requested to discharge Tsotne Gamsakhurdia from the accusation and to release him from prison. They also requested to punish every person who was responsible for the criminal case.
They said the people, who oppressed the victim Davit Bajelidze, should also be punished.
Prosecutor Zurab Kupatadze pointed out that investigation has started on the oppression on Davit Bajelidze.
Before that, attorney of the victim Davit Bajelidze Zurab Rostiashvili stated his client does not find himself victim and states Tsotne Gamsakhurdia had not shot him.
Rostiashvili said Bajelidze requests to find Gamsakhurdia not guilty and to estimate who indeed shot him. Judge Merab Jorbenadze at the Tbilisi City Court is discussing the case; soon Tsotne Gamsakhurdia will make final statement and after that judgment might be announced.
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