ECHR: Proceedings concerning cyanide-poisoning plot in Georgian Orthodox Church, violations of open-court principle and presumption of innocence

The case Mamaladze v. Georgia (application no. 9487/19) concerned the proceedings against a priest and director of a medical clinic for plotting to kill the personal secretary of the Georgian Orthodox Church’s Patriarch while in Berlin. She was part of a delegation accompanying the Patriarch to that city for medical treatment. Mr Mamaladze was ultimately found guilty of “preparation of murder”. Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »