Occupants deny allegations on beating up a Georgian teenager
 Tbilisi 11:46 - 17.02.12 «GHN»
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Representatives of the Abkhazian puppet regime deny the allegations about beating up a Georgian teenager, Mamuka Pipia. In the interview with the Ekho Kavkaza radio station, Russian soldier said such a person does not exist at all.

Reportedly, Russian soldiers beat up the boy brutally after they found Georgian text-books and flag in his bag. After the pressure and intimidation from the occupants, the mother of the child has changes her testimony and denied the fact of violence on her son, though two days ago, she spoke about the brutal incident against her child in the interview with Rustavi2. The 10-th grades pupil had a fracture no his arm and bruises on whole body.

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