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Three Prisoners Died in Custody

24.06.2008
Prisoner Davit S. died in the jail’s hospital. According to the initial conclusion of the doctors, the reason for the prisoner’s death was because of an acute flow insufficiency of blood circulation, which resulted from an infectious toxic shock.

Davit S. was arrested on September 13, 2005 for illegal storage, purchase and selling of drugs. He had to serve a period of ten years in prison.

Prisoner Mikheil I. died in the penitentiary establishment # 7 in Ksani. The initial conclusion of doctors states that he died because of acute insufficiency of blood circulation system.

Mikheil I was arrested for premeditated murder and was sentenced to seven-year-imprisonment.

Prisoner Giorgi Kh. died in the penitentiary establishment # 8. According to the initial medical conclusion the reason of his death was acute irregular heart beat.  An emergency medical team was called but despite all their efforts the prisoner’s life could not be saved.  Giorgi Kh. was arrested for illegal storage, purchase and selling of drugs and had to serve out 14 years, nine months and 1 day in prison.

Source: Medianews

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