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Journalist who criticized the rule’s policy, was beaten in Georgia2008-11-11 11:35
On November, 7th two people attacked an independent journalist, Irma Inashvili. The Incident occurred at about 1 a.m., at the moment the woman entered the block of her house, Day.Az informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Inashvili, she was coming back home from the premiere of her movie, The Dead End, presented in Primavera, a Tbilisian hotel. In this film she criticized today's Georgian rule.
«I don't know, whether it is anyhow connected with the movie. They just beat me and didn't say a word... But if it had nothing to do with the movie, they would steal something from me», - said Inashvili in her interview to Khronika.
That day she had a laptop and an expensive camera, but they didn't take anything.
«My face is bruised, they hit me tough in the nose, there's a large haemotoma on my leg », - Inashvili said.
According to her, the criminals wore no masks and she will be able to recognize them. She didn't turn to the police as, in her view, «it has no sense».
Inashvili's movie was shot after the events of August, 2008. It touches upon the relationships of Georgia and Russia and Georgia and the USA in recent years.