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European Court for Human Rights protect Tsotne Gamsakhurdia2010-07-02 17:39
The European Court for Human Rights called on Georgian authorities to do everything to let imprisoned Tsotne Gamsakurdia, the son of the late ex-President of the country, stop the hunger strike - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Besides, the Court requested from the Georgian side additional documentation on the case.
This April Tsotne Gamsakhurdia was sentenced to 9.5 years of imprisonment for attempted murder of his neighbour and illegal keeping of firearms. Gamsakhurdia doesn't admit the charge and believes he became a victim of political persecution from the side of the government, and is on hunger strike.
Keti Bekauri, his attorney at law complains she's not allowed to the defendant. She also hopes that after interference of the ECHR this "mess" will stop, Gamsakhurdia will receive proof his case is under the Court's control, and will stop the hunger strike.