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Photos of Zurab Zhvania’s and Raul Usupov’s bodies had been kept in Data Akhalaia’s study - Vakhtang Komakhidze
15:14 21-03-2014
Photos of Zurab Zhvania’s and Raul Usupov’s bodies had been kept in Data Akhalaia’s study - Vakhtang Komakhidze Photos of Zurab Zhvania’s and Raul Usupov’s bodies, recently spread on social networks, had been kept in Data Akhalaia’s study in 2005, journalist Vakhtang Komakhidze told InterpressNews.
According to Komakhidze, the author of a documentary film about Zurab Zhvania’s death, the photos were taken to the security ministry on the day when Zhvania died.
"I was informed about these photos. They were kept in the security ministry, namely, they were kept by a subordinate of Data Akhalaia. The materials were taken to the security ministry on the day when Zhvania died. I don’t know how they then appeared in the prosecutor’s office. I know that in 2005 the photos were in Data Akhalaia’s study. Witnesses told me about it. Later they were taken out of Georgia’, Komakhidze said.
In addition, according to him, late PM Zurab Zhvania’s security guard’s shift manager Mikheil Dzadzamia, who was detained today, had been giving contradictory testimony to the prosecution.
‘I have witnessed it myself. I talked to Dzadzamia and he was very contradictory’, Komakhidze said, saying he changed several facts in his testimony.

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