The Prosecutor's Office of Georgia has completed the investigation of the events of May 26
The investigation on the case Chakri Zurashvili and Ivan Chigvinadze, accused of inflicting bodily harm during the dispersal of the rally of the "National Assembly" at Rustaveli Avenue on May 26, 2011, is completed. As reported by Trend, this statement was distributed today by the Office of the Prosecutor of Georgia.
August 17, Chakri Zurashvili was sentenced to 12 years in prison on charges of inflicting grievous bodily harm to the person discharging his duty and of resisting law enforcement. Ivan Chigvinadze was charged in similar offenses. August 16, he was sentenced to four years in prison and five years probation, explained in a statement.
August 4th this year, Georgian Prosecutor's Office informed the local community on the course of the investigation of the assassination attempt on the life and health threats during opposition rallies on May 26 in downtown Tbilisi.