Sports Former President Mikhail Saakachvili was poisoned after his incarceration in Georgia

19:50  05 december  2022
19:50  05 december  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Georgia: Former President Mikheïl Saakachvili "poisoned" in prison, according to

 Georgia: Former President Mikheïl Saakachvili doctors in a report made public by the defense of Mikheïl Saakachvili, the American toxicologist David Smith claims that the symptoms he presents "are the result of 'Heavy metal poisoning ". © provided by Franceinfo The former Georgian President Mikheïl Saakachvili was "poisoned" with heavy metals in prison in Georgia, and he risks death if he is not correctly treated, according to a medical report disseminated by his team Legal, Monday, December 5.

Mikhaïl Saakachvili, lors d’une audition devant un tribunal à Tbilisi, capitale de la Géorgie, en décembre 2021. © EPA-EFE Mikhail Saakachvili, during a hearing before a court in Tbilisi, capital of Georgia, in December 2021.

of the analyzes detected Arsenic in the organization of the former head of state, American scientists announced on Monday, December 5.

The former Georgian President Mikhail Saakachvili was poisoned with heavy metals in prison in Georgia and risks death if it is not properly treated, according to a medical report released on Monday by his legal team.

54 years old, Mikhail Saakachvili, who is also the leader of the opposition in this Caucasian country, was transferred to the hospital last year after a hunger strike of 50 days observed in protest against His incarceration for abuse of power, which he denounces as political .

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At the head of Georgia from 2004 to 2013, Mikhail Saakachvili had been imprisoned in October 2021, a few days after returning from an exile of several years, when he was wanted by Georgian justice.

Heavy metals detected in the body of Saakachvili

in a report made public by his lawyers, the American toxicologist David Smith affirms that the tests revealed the presence of heavy metals in the body of the former head of the head of state And that the symptoms it presents are the result of heavy metal poisoning.

With a reasonable degree of medical certainty, these toxic agents, including Mercury and Arsenic, appeared in the body of Mikhail Saakachvili after his imprisonment, added David Smith.

According to the authors of this report dated November 28, the interested party receives a medical treatment which is harmful to him without appropriate supervision. The increased risk of mortality is imminent without adequate treatment, which seems to have been refused or which is unavailable in Georgia, warned David Smith.

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The opponent has lost 40 kg since the start of his

detention The Georgian authorities assured that Mikhail Saakachvili had all the necessary care, President Salomé Zourabichvili declaring that he was coming to the justice to decide if he should be given Liberty for health reasons.

Another doctor, Mariam Jishkariani, who chaired a council of doctors who examined Mikhail Saakachvili, said on Monday that he had been diagnosed with brain damage and neuro-intoxication.

He suffers from a number of serious illnesses, which are incompatible with his confinement, she added.

Tengiz Tsouladzé, a member of a council of doctors set up by the Georgian rights mediator, revealed on Sunday that Mikhail Saakachvili had lost more than 40 kg during his detention.

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