Preliminary Investigation On Cases Pertaining To Brother Of Ex-Deput

PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION ON CASES PERTAINING TO BROTHER OF EX-DEPUTY PROSECUTOR GENERAL COMPLETED IN RA SPECIAL INVESTIGATION SERVICE

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2008-04-29 14:02:00

ArmInfo. In view of the criminal case on the fact of mass disorders
aimed at forced seizure of power and violation of the constitutional
system, a preliminary investigation pertaining to the brother of
ex-deputy Prosecutor General Vardan Jhangiryan, as well as on the
cases of Grigor Aghamalyan, Aram Bareghamyan and Never Sarkisyan has
been completed in RA Special Investigation Service.

As the press service of RA Prosecutor General Office told ArmInfo, on
the basis of proofs, received during the preliminary investigation,
V. Jhangiryan has been accused per part 2 of Article 316 (Use of
violence against the power representative with no danger for health,
in view of discharge of his professional duties). G. Aghamalyan has
been accused per part 1 of Article 225 of CC (participation in mass
disorders). A. Bareghamyan has been accused per part 1 of Article 225
of RA CC (Direct affirmative performance during mass disorders) and
part 2 of Article 316 (Use of violence against the power representative
with no danger for health, in view of discharge of his professional
duties). N. Sarkisyan has already been accused per part 1 of Article
316 of CC (Use of violence against the power representative) with
arrest as a measure of restraint. Arrest has been applied as a measure
of restraint pertaining to four persons under investigation , and
their cases have been submitted to the criminal court of Yerevan.

As of April data, within the frames of the criminal case on the
fact of mass disorders in Yerevan, being under the jurisdiction of
the Special Investigation Service, 66 persons are under preliminary
arrest. Recognizance not to leave has been chosen as a measure of
restraint with respect to 27 accused persons more.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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