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Georgian democracy’s victims and executioners

2011-06-01 14:31

Georgian democracy’s victims and executioners. 17794.jpegThe barbarous break-up of the oppositional meeting on the eve of a parade dedicated to the Independence Day in Georgia has made it clear that Saakashvili's regime does care for the principles of democracy or even mere humanity. News about the arrested, missing, wounded and killed comes daily... In his own country, the Georgian tyrant may celebrate a temporary victory bought at the price of his fellow countrymen's life, while his liberal reputation in the international arena has been treaded to pieces by the


bloodstained boots of Tbilisi special units.

Streams of blood from Rustaveli Avenue were followed by torrential lies that swept through the Georgian society. According to a report by Foreign Ministry, 37 people suffered during the break-up of a protest action and two were killed.

"On the whole, 37 people including 28 demonstrators and 9 policemen have been taken to hospital", - France Press information agency cited a representative of the Georgian MIA Shota Utiashvili. According to a communiqué of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, 105 people were detained. But on Saturday, the employees of the Georgian People's Defender's office published a list of 152 names; most detainees, who are kept in 17 isolation wards of MIA in the capital and other regions of the country, have got injuries of various severity level, including serious injuries of internal organs. 

"A monitoring was held on May 26-28 that showed that most arrestees have got more or less serious injuries and some have got serious wounds", - goes the report of the People's Defender. The communiqué stresses the fact that the arrestees were injured both during the break-up and after detention". It means helpless people were beaten first near the parliament building, then in the buses on their way to the police offices and after that, directly in the isolation wards. Naturally, no medical aid was rendered to them.

Many of those who have got in the "chambers" of Vano Merabishvili's administration are given no food. This was reported by representatives of a non-government organization, Association of Young Lawyers of Georgia. They have visited a preliminary detention isolation ward in Telavi where they found severely beaten supporters of the Representative People's Assembly Murman Dumbadze, Andrey Goru and Aleko Chubinidze. At least, one of them, Dumbadze, was beaten after he was arrested, at the Main Police Directorate of Tbilisi. "We think we are dealing with inhuman treatment of prisoners on the part of the state", - members of the Association declared.

The search of victims has just started but the non-official data about them has already exceeded the figures revealed by MIA one time and a half. How many more unlucky people are kept in prisons, whose guilt is that Saakashvili's regime has brought them to the very edge of despair? And how many of them have died?

Besides the two first victims of the brutal cruelty of Mishiko's bandogs, there are two more victims whose bodies were found on the rooftop of one of the stores in Svoboda Square. According to official information, they died because of electric shock when they touched bare wire. How the poor runaways must have been frightened if they held on to a live wire together? Or, is there any other reason for their death that is not connected with electricity and an accident? Who knows...

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