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According to an official version, on 15 April at 9:00 p.m. Henrik Grigoryan, a duty officer at No. 37673 military unit of the Armenian Defense Ministry, noticed Private Gegham Sergoyan in slippers and without wearing a hat. First H. Grigoryan made a remark to the private soldier, then he insulted him and right after took out prescribed to him “Makarov”-type pistol and shot G. Sergoyan to the head wounding his heavily. The latter died in hospital 15 days after. A criminal case No. 90001107 was opened into the death.
On September 24, 2009 the trial of late soldier Andranik Hayrapetyan took place at the Appellate Court of Armenia. The judge did not allow M. Danielyan, the assignee representative to express his opinion reasoning that M. Danielyan did not have power of attorney for an assignee representative, though there is a power of attorney given by A. Kirakosyan and ratified by the notary in the materials of a criminal case, as well as there is a decision of an investigator which says that M. Danielyan and A Babayan are as assignee’s representatives, and finally it is registered in the conviction given by the Court of First Instance of Shengavit district, Yerevan.
On 10 August 2005 at 06:45 the corpse of Private Robert Hovhannisyan, an Armenian national, was found in one of the military posts of the artillery battalion belonging to the No. 36534 military unit of the Defense Ministry of Armenia (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic), with firearm wound in the head. According to the medical examiner’s report, the corpse bore many traces of torture.
According to the papers presented by the prosecution office, on 07 July 2007 at 6:30 a.m. Garik Mikayelyan, an Armenian national, who was performing compulsory military service as Liaison Platoon Commander at No.75937 military unit located in Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, suffered a power shock from a power supply station located in the military unit. He received third-degree burns of the upper extremities and as a result had both his arms amputated. A criminal case No. 90603507 was opened into the incident led by investigator Gnel Manukyan.
On 07 July 2007 Hovhannes Meltonyan, a soldier performing his compulsory military service in No. 27229 military unit of the Defense Ministry of Armenia, was killed. According to an official version, unable to endure beatings and scoffing by his co-servicemen, he entered the armory-room of the company shot himself by the machine-gun assigned to him.