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Police escorted Georgian cameraman out on request of the judge

11.12.2017, 21:10
Police, on request of the judge Larysa Tsokul of Pecherskyi district court of Kyiv city, expelled Georgian cameraman from the assembly room of the court. This was reported from the courthouse by the correspondent of Hromadske - there, the court session on selection of restriction measure for the leader of “New forces movement”, Mikheil Saakashvili. The cameraman several times attempted to push closer to the participants of the trial. “I request the police to take this journalist out - he obstructs the trial”, said the judge after these attempts of the cameraman. As IMI reported, on December 11, the employees of administration of Pecherskyi district court requested journalists, who waited in the court room for the beginning of the trial, to leave it, so that the security guards could lead in the former President of Georgia. Yet the journalists refused to do so.
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