“Punished Colonel” – New Documentary of the Human Rights Center
The Human Rights Center’s video-studio HRIDC.tv prepared a new documentary film – “Punished Colonel.”
On January 11, 2011 three soldiers were killed as a result of explosion in the polygon of the Krtsanisi Training Center of the Defense Ministry. The founder of the Georgian Artillery Colonel Mamuka Pareshishvili was attending the English Language Courses in the framework of the internal business trip. Based on the post-factum decree, Pareshishvili was appointed to the position of the commander of the training shooting, which ended with tragedy. Relatively, the Court sentenced him to nine-year-imprisonment. The film “Punished Colonel” exposes secret details about the case. The author of the film is Giorgi Janelidze.
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