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Israeli businessmen Fuchs and Frenkel have been humiliated in prison2011-09-21 13:33
Israeli businessmen Roni Fuchs and Ze'ev Frankel, being in a Georgian prison, reported about the abuse on the part of the leadership of the institution.
As reported by IzRus, Fuchs said that the number of walks was reduced, he's deprived of adequate nutrition, they are conducting regular searches of the cell and constantly awaking at night. As an example he cited the case when they planted a bag of cocaine and promised to increase his sentence.
The publication "Edio Ahronot" suggests that with such measures the Georgian authorities are trying to force the businessman to recognize their guilt, because attorneys of Israeli citizens want to go to the European Court of Human Rights for protection.
Recall, verdict on the case Roni Fuchs and Ze'ev Frankel was announced April 1 this year. By the decision of Tbilisi City Court Roni Fuchs was sentenced to seven years in prison and Zeev Frenkel - to six years in prison. In addition, both should pay the fine. This decision was adopted pursuant to paragraph 3, the 339th article of the Criminal Code of Georgia - a bribe to government officials.
Businessmen Roni Fuchs and Ze'ev Frankel were arrested in one of the elite restaurants of Batumi last October during a meeting with Deputy Finance Minister Avtandil Haraidze. They were preparing to give a bribe of seven million dollars to Georgian official in exchange for refraining from attempts to challenge the decision of an international tribunal.