Portraits from the Gldani Prison Abuse Protests — Part II

The second part of some of the photographs I shot during the Gldani Prison Abuse Protests just weeks before the 1st October 2012 Parliamentary Elections in Georgia. Unfortunately, the main protest this year turned out to be a homophobic rampage in the very heart of Tbilisi, but it will be interesting to see if there are any other politically-motivated protests over any scandals that might emerge just before the 27th October Presidential Election.

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Portraits from the Gldani Prison Abuse Protests — Part I

Talking of last year’s parliamentary election in Georgia, one major pivotal event was the leak of video footage depicting the humiliation and abuse of inmates of the Gldani Prison in Tbilisi. Shocking many less than two weeks before the parliamentary vote, students also took to the streets in a number of unprecedented demonstrations. It was also a great opportunity to grab a few portraits of protesters, both young and old.

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