Moris Machalikashvili, apprehended for the involvement in group violence on June 20, has released in a flea bargain from the courtroom.
The defendant pleaded guilty at today’s trial. Moris Machalikashvili said, “he didn’t want to invade the Parliament building.” He said he “was just protecting his uncle.”
Moris Machalikashvili is accused of involvement in a group action, which included violence, destruction of another person’s property and assault on the government’s officials.
The offence envisages imprisonment from 4 to 6 years.