The prosecution in the case into the murder of the Avetisyan family in Gyumri has not appealed the judicial act, and this attests [to the fact] that the prosecution agrees with the verdict of the court of first instance.
Prosecutor General of Armenia Artur Davtyan on Saturday noted the aforementioned to reporters, in Gyumri.
Reflecting on this murder case and responding to the query on where the murderer, Valery Permyakov—a serviceman of the 102nd Russian Military Base in Gyumri—will serve his sentence, the attorney general stated: “Since it contains several ‘ifs,’ speaking about these ‘ifs’ will be a waste of time, now.
“We will reach the phase of the [said] judicial act’s entering into force. And, subsequently, we will have the situation of these ‘ifs,’ and we definitely will see the solutions prescribed by law; in a very understandable manner for all of you.”
The aforementioned brutal murder took place on January 12, 2015. According to the indictment, Valery Permyakov entered the Avetisyan family home on that day, and he killed home residents Aida Avetisyan, Hasmik Avetisyan, Seryozha Avetisyan, Armen Avetisyan, Araksya Poghosyan, and little girl Hasmik Avetisyan. Subsequently, he stabbed 6-month-old Seryozha Avetisyan five times. The baby boy died in the hospital one week later.
Permyakov was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of this family.