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Gamsakhurdia’s son is presented a new charge2010-02-02 10:53
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia, the son of the late first president of Georgia, was presented a new charge, stated his attorney Keti Bekauri. This time it concerns the incident of November 21st 1998, when both policeman Levan Sanikidze and Tsotne Gamsakhurdia were injured.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Bekauri explained now her defendant is accused of inflicting slight damage.
She accuses investigators of domestic intelligence department of the Interior Ministry of abuse and says no lawsuit can be brought without claim of the aggrieved.
The attorney added Sanikidze didn't sue Gamsakhurdia, and time limitation expired long ago.
"The investigation has no evidences of espionage, and they raise episodes from Tutankhamen's right," she stared
She also presented Gamsakhurdia's statement in which he states the charges in his case are multiplied on the government's order to make him look a hooligan in the eyes of Georgian and international community - Kavkaz Online.
On Friday he was acquainted with materials of his cases over attempted murder, espionage in favour of Russia, participation in anti-governmental plot.
Tbilisi city court will start hearings of the case on February 8th.
Meanwhile Tsotne Gamsakhurdia went on hunger strike on December 25th and demands his release.