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First President’s son stopped hunger strike2010-03-01 17:21
Tsotne Gamsakhurdia, the son of Zviad Gamsakhurdia, the late first President of Georgia, stopped his hunger strike, announced his attorney Keti Bekauri. He was persuaded by Ilia II, the Catholicos Patriarch of Georgia - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Gamsakhurdia was detained by police on October 27th 2009, over charge of intentionally shooting at his neighbour David Bajelidze.
He denies the charge and demands release, as the wounded neighbour said Tsotne hadn't shot at him. Gamsakhurdia was on hunger strike from December 25th 2009.
In end January he was acquainted with materials on his cases - charges of attempted murder, espionage for Russia, participation in anti-governmental plot.
On February 1st he was charged of inflicting light damage [incident of 1998].
Today the trial of his case will resume in Tbilisi City Court.