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Beaten convict was placed in hospital

13.10.2014
 
Shorena Kakabadze, Imereti 

On October 9 Giorgi Adeishvili arrested by Samtredian police officers was taken to hospital from pre-trial detention setting. 18-years-old young man was arrested on October 7, for illegal purchase and storage of narcotics. According to Adeishvilis’s relatives drugs were planted on him and then he was ruthlessly beaten to get his confession; as a result he was placed in hospital. 

“My client is severely beaten. It is obvious fact. According to the detainee, police officers demanded him to admit the crime, which was committed in the past in exchange of some privileges. Besides, drugs were planted Adeishvili. This fact happened in the very moment when he was physically abused,”- stated Giorgi Adeishvili’s attorney, Tinatin Geladze. 

According to MIA, Adeishvili was under influence of narcotics in the moment of detention. He was convicted twice in the past. 

Convict’s relatives call upon the law-enforcement authorities for impartiality and intend to address to human rights organizations to monitor the case of Adeishvili.        
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