Reason inciting Russian serviceman to murder seven members of one family in Gyumry disclosed

Reason inciting Russian serviceman to murder seven members of one family in Gyumry disclosed
# 20 January 2015 10:15 (UTC +04:00)

According to the department, the reason that incited Valery Permyakov, a serviceman of the 102nd Russian Military Base in Gyumry, to murder seven members of one family was to avenge series murders of Russians by Vladimir Ionesyan, an Armenian killer, during the Soviet period.

During interrogation, Permyakov said he was a relative of one of those killed by Ionesyan, adding that the crimes Ionesyan committed before he was born, including the murder of his relative shocked him so that he decided to take revenge.

As reported earlier, six members of the Avetisyan family—including a two-year-old girl—were shot dead, and a six-month-old baby boy was wounded in their house in Gyumri on January 12. Valery Permyakov, a serviceman of the 102nd Russian Military Base in the city, stands accused in this crime. Valery Permyakov is held in custody at the Russian military base. Armenian and Russian law-enforcement bodies are jointly holding investigation. Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin has already left for Armenia to follow the investigation.

Note that, born in 1937 in Tbilisi, V. Ionesyan was one of the murders that had committed a series of acts of murder in the USSR. He was best known as “Mosgas” as he used to introduce himself as a Moscow city Gas Office employee to enter the homes of his victims. V. Ionesyan killed a total of 5 people in Moscow and Ivanovo in 1963-64. Before these murders, he had been arrested for other crimes.

A court sentenced V. Ionesyan to death for his brutal acts of murder. He was executed on February 1, 1964.

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