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Imedi provocation victim’s family files a lawsuit against the TV channel2010-04-27 20:13
The family of the 51-year-old Gayoz Odishelidze who died after watching the staged chronicle about the "Russian intrusion" broadcasted by the Imedi TV company is going to file a request to the Chief Prosecutor's Office so as to initiate the investigation of the provocative act.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was stated by attorney of the relatives of the deceased Malkhaz Dzhangirashvili, the witnesses were interrogated on site and it turned out that Odishelidze died in his own house while watching the false TV report.
His last words were: "The war has started" and then he fell down from the chair. Death came because of a heart attack.
According to the son of the deceased, Alexi Odishelidze, his father was in good health. He worked physically and had no heart problems within the last nine years. Nine years ago he had a heart attack.
The family demands the interrogation of the case witnesses including Head of the TV company Georgi Arveladze and Head of Informational Service Eka Tsamalashvili. The attorney left open the possibility that the family will also demand interrogating President Mikhail Saakashvili.
According to leader of the Defend Life organization Yuri Vazagashvili, 10 people died after the staged "Chronicle" was aired; only four cases have been confirmed.
This is the first fact of the victims' appeal to the prosecutor's office on this case.