Georgia: Police allegedly fail to protect Jehovah's Witness congregation against attack by radical Georgian Orthodox Church supporters
On 17 October 1999 radical supporters of the Georgian Orthodox Church are said to have attacked a congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses and beat them with iron crosses and wooden clubs. The police reportedly refused to come to their help.
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