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Trial on MIA Officer Accused of Murder of Two Young Men Cancelled Today

Trial on MIA officer Davit Chotalishvili, accused of the murder of two young men, was canceled at the Telavi district court today. On August 23, Information Center of Kakheti was told at the Telavi Court that the trial was scheduled for 12:00 pm on September 2 but in fact the court started process in secret yesterday.

Journalists did not attend the previous trial since they did not have information about it.

Judge Ketino Luashvili is in charge of the case. Assistant to the Judge Khatuna Gedekhauri said the trial was scheduled for September 1 and they had not changed anything.

He added the court will continue the case discussion at 12:00 pm on September 13.

According to the Kakheti regional office of the MIA, on July 8, 2011 drunken MIA officer Davit Chotalishvili killed Shota Batiashvili and Giga Gemazashvili in Tsinandali village in Telavi district at about 00:15 am. Shotalishvili wounded Giorgi Datukishvili too but the latter managed to escape him.

Chotalishvili is accused under Article 19-109 Part III – a and Article 109 Part III of the Criminal Code of Georgia.

Information Center of Kakheti

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Name: Bettie
2011-10-06 18:53
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