Prosecutors in Georgia are still unable to interrogate archpriest Giorgi Mamaladze who is accused of murder attempt of an unidentified person from patriarch’s inner circle.
“Instead of responding to our critical questions, he cursed us, and generally all law enforcement agencies as well,” prosecutor Jarji Tsiklauri told journalists.
Tsiklauri was addressing the media after another unsuccessful attempt to interrogate the accused priest in Matrosov prison, which is located in Tbilisi’s southern Krtsanisi district and used for high profile detainees.
Father Giorgi Mamaladze, who holds several high posts in the Patriarchate, the ruling body of the Georgian Orthodox Church, was arrested as he was trying to board a plane for Berlin with his luggage stashed with poison on February 10.
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