Mimino's lawyer: Please tell us, did the defendant have a personal hatred toward the plaintiff?
Rubik Khachikyan: Yes he did. He told me, "I feel so much hatred toward the plaintiff, that I can't even eat"
Prosecutor: But the defendant claims he never knew Papishvili before!
Rubik Khachikyan: [Looks at Valiko who shakes his head negatively] Why would he know him from before? When we first walked in, Valiko told me, "Listen" he said, "Who is this defendant, where did he go, I" he told me, "see him for the first time ever"
Prosecutor: So, you're telling us that the defendant did not hurt the plaintiff?
Rubik Khachikyan: Of course he didn't. When that guy locked himself up in the bathroom, Valiko could not break the door.
Prosecutor: So he did try to break the door?
Rubik Khachikyan: [Scared that he said something he shouldn't have] Why would he?
Prosecutor: Didn't you just say so yourself?
Rubik Khachikyan: [Becomes very nervous and begins to sweat] Listen, I don't speak Russian that well. When he locked himself up in the bathroom, Valiko knocked on the door and said that he has to go too. You're asking such questions that I don't feel comfortable answering them.
Rubik Khachikyan: Look, I'll tell you a clever thing, just don't take offence.
Rubik Khachikyan: The truck got stolen.
Valentin Mizandari: What do you mean stolen? Are you sure this is where you parked it?
Rubik Khachikyan: What do you mean am I sure? A woman was smoking next to that garbage bin over there.
Valentin Mizandari: Rubik stay here, don't let anyone go in or out, get the trails. I'll go get the police.
Rubik Khachikyan: Tell them that the truck got stolen, it was brand new!
Valentin Mizandari: Givi Ivanovich, that policeman has no respect for you whatsoever! He took away both, the car and the license.
Valentin Mizandari: How much is coffee?
Cashier at the airport cafe: Eleven.
Valentin Mizandari: What about tea?
Cashier at the airport cafe: Six.
Valentin Mizandari: I want some tea please. Keep the change.