Representatives of the Investigation Department of the State Inspector's Service interrogated Mikheil Saakashvili at Gldani 18th Medical Establishment until late at night. The prisoner was also examined.
According to the investigator, Saakashvili is not visually injured. As for the video footage, according to Giorgi Mikeladze, the State Inspector's Service has already applied to the penitentiary institution for archiving the footage.
"After the interrogation, his clothes were removed due to urgency. The location of the incident was inspected.
Visually no traces of damage are observed. Understanding this issue requires special knowledge. That is why a medical examination was conducted.
Levan Samkharauli National Forensics Bureau will issue a conclusion," said Giorgi Mikeladze.
Saakashvili's lawyer also attended the interrogation. Shota Tutberidze told reporters that Giorgi Mikeladze, a State Inspector's Service investigator, told the media that Saakashvili had no visual injuries, but he did not attend the questioning procedure himself.
"He has physical injuries, which were photographed and also fixed. What is now visually visible is that he has an injury to his lower limbs. However, there is a suspicion that he may have visually unnoticed injuries in other parts of the body, in connection with which we require serious research.
The clothes that Mikheil Saakashvili wore during the transfer were also removed. The clothes also show injuries. It is the pants and sweater that are torn. This was also photographed. These items were sealed and shipped presumably for examination.
As for Mikheil Saakashvili's condition, it is natural that he feels weak," said Shota Tutberidze, Saakashvili's lawyer.
The Investigative Department of the State Inspector's Service is investigating the fact of the possible inhuman treatment of Mikheil Saakashvili.