This video sayas about itself:
At least two dead and dozens hospitalised – protesters in Georgia have found out the hard way why they shouldn’t speak out against their leadership. Police showed little restraint in a crackdown on crowds who’d turned out for what’s been called Georgia’s ‘Day Of Rage’ – demanding that President Saakashvili resign.
From the Civil Georgia site:
‘Dozens Missing’ After Break Up of Rally
Tbilisi / 28 May.’11 / 11:25
“Whereabouts of several dozen of persons remain unknown” after the protest rally was dispersed by the riot police outside the Parliament shortly after midnight on May 26, Giorgi Tugushi, the Georgian public defender, said on Friday.
Some media reports on May 26 said that there were about fifty persons missing. The Interior Ministry released late on Friday evening list of those, who have been arrested during the break up of the rally. At least ten men from that list were earlier regarded to be missing.
Also from Civil.ge:
The Georgian Public Defender’s Office (PDO) has published on its website on Saturday [a] list of those arrested by the police during the break up of the protest rally outside the Parliament.
The list includes names of 162 individuals.
The Georgian Interior Ministry released on May 27 its list of arrested persons, which included 105 names.
Detention centers in Tbilisi, Rustavi, Gardabani, Marneuli, Bolnisi, Kaspi, Mtskheta, Telavi, Signagi, Kvareli, Zestaponi, Samtredia, Bagdati, Ozurgeti, Chokhatauri and Lanchkhuti were monitored, according to PDO.
Most of the list is compiled based on data collected on May 27; information from the detention centers in Kaspi and Mtskheta (total of 17 detainees) are dated with May 26.
“It has been found out as a result of the monitoring, that most of the detainees have more or less serious injuries. Several detainees have injuries of serious degree,” PDO said in a statement.
“Detainees say in a conversation that they have sustained injuries both during the dispersal of the rally and after the arrest,” the Public Defender’s Office said, adding that many of the detainees have refused to give a formal testimony to the representatives of the Public Defender’s Office.
The list, released by PDO, includes the names of at least eight protesters, who previously were among those several dozen of people, who were reported as missing.
An opposition lawmaker was slapped by a ruling party MP in the Parliament chamber, after the former said it was Saakashvili’s “military adventure” that led to August war and subsequently to recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Moscow: here.