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Journalist Tea Alaverdashvili of Info 9 Injured in Gurjaani District Administration’s Office

17.08.2012
 
Journalist Tea Alaverdasvhili of Info 9 was injured in Gurjaani district administration’s building. Journalist was trying to enter reception-room of the governor to record an incident when police officer closed the door and injured fingers of the journalist’s right hand.

Journalist felt bad. Medical emergency brigade sent her to the medical clinic for examination. One of the finger bones is cracked and three of them are swollen. Traumatologist prescribed medicines to her. 

Today an incident happened in Gurjaani district administration’s building. Georgian Dream’s members tried to resolve the problem of a victimized citizen with deputy governor and it finished with controversy. District administration employees called police.


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