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Prisoner States That His Letters Aren’t Delivered To Addressee

20.07.2012
Human Rights Center was addressed by another prisoner with a complaint that his letters aren’t delivered to addressee.

“I have sent many statements to different government offices. The prison administration has given me numbers of registration of sent letters but whenever my mother goes to government offices were I have sent a letter they say that my letters were not delivered to addressee.” said by Goderzi Kiknadze, a prisoner of Rustavi prison number six, while talking to Human Rights Center lawyer Eka Kobesashvili.

Prison administration told Eka Kobesashvili that from their side they haven’t created problems but have sent letters to addressee. What happens to the letters and why they disappear prison administration doesn’t know.

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