According to the Georgian Young Lawyers' Association, more law enforcement officers have been recognized as victims of the June 20-21 events than protesters.
The Association reports that they applied to the Prosecutor General's Office of Georgia to clarify information about the criminal cases in connection with the June 20-21 events.
“According to the information received: the Ministry of Internal Affairs is investigating two cases, in which 17 protesters were indicted, while 67 law enforcers were identified as victims;
As part of the ongoing investigation, the Prosecutor General's Office of Georgia charged 3 employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, while 4 protesters were identified as victims.
The Georgian Young Lawyers' Association continues to study the events of June 20-21 and will present the legal evaluation of the case in the nearest future,” reads the information released by the Georgian Young Lawyers' Association.