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Hammarberg: convicted teenagers to be released in 10 days2009-12-03 11:54
Two out of four teenagers, detained in South Ossetia on November 4th, were released last evening, after 8-hours' consultations. Thomas Hammarberg, the CE Commissioner for Human Rights, arrived to Georgian police post in Ergneti with Aleko Tsabadze and Georgi Romelasvili, the 2 14-year-old teenagers.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He announced the 2 others remain in pre-trial incarceration, but will be pardoned and released in 10 days unless they turn to the Supreme Court.
The released teenagers were delivered to a police office in Shida Kartli region and interrogated till late.
According to Georgian TV companies, in incarceration the teenagers were provided with food and necessary medicines. The adolescents claimed explosive matters were put in kneir backpacks by Russian military in the moment of arrest.
The court on the 4 teenagers took place yesterday in Tskhinval, two were sentenced to 1 year in penal colony, two - to one year of suspended sentence and were released.