The Georgian Interior Ministry has released an interim report on the death of 23-year-old IT specialist Tamar Bachaliashvili which says that Bachaliashvili visited Facebook’s help section - ’What will happen to my Facebook account if I pass away?’ and googled ‘best methods for suicide’ before death.
The ministry made the statement following a search of Bachaliashvili’s laptop.
The ministry also says that some of the medications found in Bachaliashvili’s car match the medicines she googled a day before she went missing, on July 17.
The ministry says that they are looking into the activities of IT company Zeg where Bachaliashvili had worked since 2017.
The company says it works exclusively for the US.
The central department of Georgia’s Interior Ministry is investigating the death of Bachaliashvili.
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Bachaliashvili, who received her degree in IT technologies in France, was found dead in her own car on July 22 after a five-day search.
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The Georgian Interior Ministry reported that ‘no injuries, wounds or other traces of violence’ were found on the body of Bachaliashvili.
The ministry says that an autopsy is likely to provide an answer as to the reason behind her death.