Yesterday the military doctor Vahe Avetyan died. Vahe Avetyan was in coma. The doctor, 33 had severe brain injuries.
He was brutally beaten in Harsnakar Restaurant owned by Ruben Hairapetyan by the bodyguards of the member of parliament on June 17.
After the incident the case was sent to the investigative department of the Ministry of Defense, then the prosecutor general transferred the case to the police. The army leadership announced that it was a matter of honor but honor lasted for only a few hours which were used by the system to reach an agreement and proceed with the case along the agreed path.
In fact, the criminal oligarchic system again demonstrated that its will dominates everything, including the honor of the army and the life of the officer. The representatives of the system announced that Ruben Hairapetyan should not be linked with his bodyguards or security guards of his restaurant and he did not order them to beat the doctors.
Welcome to Armenia where nobody has to do with anything when specific responsibility is concerned. Galust Sahakyan even states that we all are guilty.
The incident shocked the society. The discussion in press and social networks forced the system to keep at least the cover of the case.
A wave of protest was expected from the army, Vahe’s colleagues. Meanwhile, it became known a few days ago that the doctors celebrated the doctor’s day in the same restaurant. It is not important if it is true or false. The system once again humiliated the society with this information.
The criminal oligarchic system in Armenia has usurped all the spheres of life, dominates all the leverages and keeps people in slavery. Each and every representative of the system is directly or indirectly related to a murder case. It is a cannibal system, even though its analysts and minstrels try to present a different picture. Once they even stated that the oligarchs are not to blame, the government forced them to act so. As if the government is not part of this system.
Here are those guilty mentioned by Galust. Meanwhile, the society and people must ask themselves how come some hundreds of people dominate the country, sending others into misery and humiliation, forcing them to emigrate, commit a suicide or reconcile with the reality. This already the society’s fault.