Georgian teen Mako Gomuri lost her eye during a violent crackdown on June’s anti-government protests in Tbilisi. She wasn’t the only one, and eye patches became symbols of the protests. Now, three months later, Gomuri is fighting for compensation for what she believes was an excessive use of police force.
‘My Eye Was Gone’: Georgian Teen Fights For Justice Months After Protests
September 20, 2019 | Radio Free Europe | Shares: 0