The Prosecutor's Office of Georgia has published the results of an autopsy performed on 23-year-old IT specialist Tamar Bachaliashvili, who was found dead in her own car after a five-day search in July, which said that the amount of substances in her body exceeded lethal doses hundreds of times.
[The samples] from the body of the deceased Tamar Bachaliashvili [show] painkillers and sleeping pills were found. The amount of medication in the body of the deceased exceeded the established minimum lethal amount by hundreds. In addition, these medications, when taken simultaneously, enhance each other's effect in the human body", reads the statement.
In addition, the autopsy showed, the composition of the medicines found in the body of the deceased is identical to the empty bottles of pills found in Bachaliashvili's car.
The investigation revealed that Bachaliashvili searched in google 'sleeping pills without a prescription' and 'where to buy sleeping pills without a prescription in Tbilisi'.
The recordings of video cameras published by the Prosecutor's Office of Georgia show Bachaliashvili entering different pharmacies on July 17 and buying specific medicines.