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Father of one of the victims of the events on May 26 in Tbilisi died of a heart attack2011-05-30 14:58
Shalva Kvintradze, father of Nicky Kvintradze, whose body was found on May 27 on the roof of a building on Rustaveli Avenue, has died on the eve in Tbilisi of a heart attack. This information was reported by "Georgia-News", which cited the information released by one of the leaders of the "Political Prisoners for Human Rights" - Nana Kakabadze.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Recall, there were found the bodies of two men at the roof of one of a single-storey shops near the underground station "Square of Freedom" on Rustaveli Avenue in central Tbilisi in the morning of May 27. Earlier in the night of May 26 police forcibly broke up a protest of oppositional "National Assembly". As a result of these events, according to official information of the Georgian authorities, two people were killed and about a hundred people were detained.
A relationship of a man found near the underground station with holding of the protest by "National Assembly" was confirmed later.
Also information, that one of the victims was a member of the "National Assembly" and he arrived in Tbilisi from western Georgia to take part in the rally, was confirmed.
The second victim was wanted by his family by the hotline.
According to police, both of them died from electric shock when they stumbled onto the cable on the roof of a single-storey building - a cable insulation on the roof was damaged, and on the night of May 26 there was a downpour in Tbilisi.
However, investigatory powers still have not figured out why those two men were on the roof of the store that night.