Investigative Bodies Grounded the Defendants’ Accusation by "Dances of Half-Naked Women"

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Accused Alexsandr Arzumanyan, Suren Sirunyan
The trial of Alexander Arzumanyan and Suren Sirunyan (Article 225, part 1 " Organization of Mass Disorders") started on 29 April, 2009. The electronic carriers (disks), proving the accusation of A. Arzumanyan and S. Surenyan, should be examined during the trial. The first one was watched only few seconds, which contained a dance of a half-naked woman.

The interesting fact was that the judge stated that the carriers were packed and sealed according to the law, and he suggested the parties to be certain of that. The parties rejected his suggestion and passed to the watching process. The content of other carriers allow the parties to suppose that that they were subjected to montage. The examination of carriers represented as "evidence" is not over yet.

 

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