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A child died for the sake of "Georgian Dream"?

2012-10-26 18:42

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During the tough campaign Georgia has virtually unnoticed a terrible tragedy - the death of a child in the east of the country. The body of a little girl was found in marani - a large wine jar. Relatives of the deceased girl stated the investigation put pressure on them in order to blame for what has happened the girl's aunt, a representative of the "Georgian Dream". Now when all the vicissitudes of the campaign are over, debriefing has started. Our correspondent is observing the developments.

September 29, in the village of Kolagi, Gurdzhaani district, a terrible finding was discovered in a cellar. In a large wine jar there was found body of a 10-year-old child. However, the investigation, taken under personal control of the then acting Interior Minister Yekaterina Zguladze, has not yet found responsible for the death of the child. However, this is not surprising. The MIA was busy in the pre-election process, and then new times have come.

October 23, the outcome of the forensic medical examination became known, according to which the child's death occurred due to asphyxia - ingress of liquid into the airways. Prior to this the relatives of the deceased girl thought that the child had been kidnapped. During the kidnapping the girl might have cried, and her face was closed by the hand to muffle the sound, which has caused the death. And only after this the child was thrown into the jar.

Yesterday the lawyers of aggrieved party stated that the investigators had tried to put pressure on the child's mother. They forced the woman to blame her sister for the death of her baby. Girl's aunt, Mekerishvili Dali, is representative of the coalition "Georgian Dream" in the village.

Law enforcement agencies have not still managed to find the murderers. "If someone would have dared to say anything bad about the government, they would have immediately learnt it and dragged him to the police. And what now? Why they have not still found the perpetrators?", a 81-year-old resident of Kolagi said in a conversation with us.

In turn, the girl's aunt states about the pressure associated with the investigation. "October 12, we were taken for questioning by the police of Gurjaani; we had no time to warn our lawyers. They treated us badly, cried at us, shouting and beating with the fists in front of us to get the evidences from us", Dali Mekerishvili says.

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