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Death of Georgian Armed Forces officer accused of espionage was violent2012-11-29 11:29
Death of the former officer of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia, Colonel Sergei Tetradze in September 2011 was violent, the News-Georgia reported. All the data about the circumstances of his death were forged. This was announced by the new Prosecutor General of the country Archil Kbilashvili at a special briefing on Wednesday, November 28.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Archil Kbilashvili, on November 14, prosecutor's office began re-investigation into the death of Tetradze and found that all of the data for 2011 were incorrect. This was found, in particular, as a result of the interrogation of a large number of witnesses, as well as the examination of documents.
According to Kbilashvili, from the testimony of the witnesses it became clear that a few days before death Tetradze was taken by car to the chief of the Gldani prison No 8 Alexander Mukhadze from the territory of the prison in gross violation of internal regulations. In 4-5 hours he was brought back. At the same time, "when he went out of prison, he found it difficult to move around". In addition, according to the Prosecutor General, one of the witnesses - former employee of the Gldani prison No 8 Alexi Terashvili - stated that along with the prisoner Sisauri he had physically insulted Tetradze on the instructions of the chief of the regime of the prison Oleg Patsatsiya and security chief Viktor Kacheishvili.
As recalled by the Caucasian Knot, Tetradze was arrested by law enforcement agencies of Georgia on September 17, 2011 on charges of espionage. On September 19, he was sentenced to preventive detention. On September 23, 2011, Tetradze, who was in solitary confinement, felt bad and called for a doctor, who found him unconscious. Despite resuscitative measures Tetradze died without regaining consciousness. The examination stated he has died due to cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease. Bruising, hematomas and wounds found on the body of the deceased, according to the investigation, were the result of injuries prior to his arrest.