Georgian family returns from Russia after 27 years
The family of Ilia Japaridze, who was killed on ethnic grounds in Moscow three years ago, returns to Georgia after living there for 27 years. The family says the murder case of their son was improperly investigated; however, they are going to do their best for punishing the killers properly.
Ilia Japaridze was killed in 2009 for his Georgian ethnicity. His parents say he was assaulted and beaten up to death by the members of the anti-fascist organization Antifa. The murder suspect was facing life sentence, but the crime was re-qualified and he was finally sent to prison for ten years.
The family asserts the qualification of the criminal case was intentionally changed in order to prevent the family appeal the court ruling in the European Court of Human Rights for racism and pressure on the ground of ethnicity.
The property of Georgia`s former president Mikheil Saakashvili has been seized - the lawyer of the ex-president, Otar Kakhidze has confirmed. According to him, the court seized the property registered on Saakashvili, on his wife, mother and even grandmother.
The police officers searched the house of Zaza Tsotselia and took away his computer, CDs and Ipad. Tsotselia is the person, who recorded the video footage of the conversation with Lali Bitsoshvili, the lawyer of the Rapaliantsi family...
Georgian lawmakers will discuss the initiative of the opposition on setting up a parliamentary investigation commission, which will probe into the investigation of the death reasons of a 10-month old baby girl, Barbare Rapaliantsi.
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Yet another fact of violence on convicts has been reported from the Rustavi N6 prison. The lawyer of a 21 year-old Jemal Kutateladze says his defendant, who is held at the N6 prison of Rustavi, has been brutally beaten up.
MP Givi Targamadze from the National Movement calls upon the Ministry of Internal Affairs to apply to all necessary measures and arrested the criminal authority nicknamed Tsantsika, who according to him has faced no problems of traveling to and from Georgia since the change of the government.
Police arrested a young man for drug crime yesterday, but there are presumptions that the detention of Tengiz Eristavi is linked with the investigation of the murder of Lasha Makharadze on September 2nd on Abashidze Street, Tbilisi.