GUNMACHINE FROM THE GIUMRY FAMILY MURDER SCENE HAD NO SUPPRESSOR – BALLISTIC EVIDENCE
YEREVAN, April 17. /ARKA/. Armenia’s Investigative Committee has
released the results of ballistic, forensic, chemical and trace tests
in the Giumry family murder case.
The tests found that no suppressor was used on the machine gun found
at the crime scene, the website of the Investigative Committee says.
Russian soldier Valery Permyakov, who pleaded guilty is charged
with killing seven members of the Avetisyan family, including a
two-year-old girl and a six-month-old boy, in a January 12 shooting
rampage in Gyumri.
The tests also showed the casings and the bullets were released from
AKS-74 machine gun owned by Permyakov.
Metallization was found on the military uniform, as well as on the
clothing and bed linen of the victims, according to the report.
Cotton fiber and chemical microfiber found on the stabber were
identical to the ones on six-month-old Serezha Avetisyan’s vest. -0–