OU-PSD lawmaker David Zhvania left the building of the Main Investigative Department of the Prosecutor’s General Office approximately in 10 minutes after he entered there to testify as a witness.

According to the lawmaker, he left the interrogation because, in his opinion, investigators began to ask him questions that were clarified for many times already at previous interrogations.

“They switched on two cameras and began to ask questions. Which they asked for 250 times already – your personal details, and speak to the camera. And that’s all. We finished the interrogation. I stood up and came out, because it was a mere humiliation”, he said.

He described the interrogation as “a regular act of mockery”, and the format of the interrogation as a “format of schizophrenia”.

“It was a show, a schizophrenia. And I’m not any schizophrenic”, he stressed.

At the same time, he noted that he came to the interrogation as he wanted to save his family from pressure of law-enforcement agencies. He again cast doubt upon Yushchenko’s poisoning with dioxin, and reiterated that, in his opinion, it was a food poisoning.