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Former head of the military police of Georgia accused of tortures2013-01-18 14:35
Former head of the Military Police Department of the Ministry of Defense of Georgia Megis Kardava is charged on the case of the death of Georgian Colonel Sergo Tetradze in September 2011. According to the News-Georgia, this was announced in a statement by the Prosecutor General's Office, released on Wednesday, January 16.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Kardava is accused of torture, as well as the organization of sexual abuse in order to extract confessions from suspects of spying. The charges are connected to the investigation into the death of Sergo Tetradze concluded in September 2011.
The Prosecutor's Office stated that Tetradze and other suspects of espionage had been beaten and tortured to make them testify.
Former head of the military police has not attended the trial. Reportedly, Kardava has left Georgia shortly after the parliamentary election in October last year, the BBC reports.