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Topic - Vlas Keshelava
"But if they knew about this — and people think that the government knew about these [violations] in the prisons — then that's very bad," he said.
Protester Vlas Keshelava, a 21-year-old political science student, says that if the government was blind to the abuse, then that in itself is a failure of trust.