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Aryan Union Leader in Hospital: Car Accident or Savage Attack?

[ 2009/05/05 | 13:58 ]  hetq.am

The Armenian Aryan Union and the “Lousantsk” weekly have issued a statement regarding the alleged car accident on May 4 involving Union leader Armen Avetisyan. The statement claims that the wounds suffered by Mr. Avetisyan show that rather than being hit by a car, he was assaulted and beaten by as yet unknown assailants.

The statement says that Mr. Avetisyan had been phoned by a man called Arkady between 10 am to noon, yesterday. The man said he was calling from the National Security Service. Mr. Avetisyan left his office to meet with Arkady in the vicinity of the “Ayrarat” movie house for a meeting scheduled at 12:20 pm. At 1:10 pm, Mr. Avetisyan called his office to say that he was returning. When he failed to show up, the office staff tried to reach him on his cell phone but he didn’t answer.


The staff tried several more time, but again Mr. Avetisyan didn’t answer. The statement even says that they sent SMS messages which were recorded as being received on May 5 at 2:26 am.

The statement continues that the Aryan Union staff called the city ambulance dispatcher but that they answered that no one with that name or fitting the description of Armen Avetisyan had been transferred to hospital. At midnight, the staff then contacted the Kentron police department, after which they started making the rounds of hospitals to find the Aryan Union leader.

They ultimately found Mr. Avetisyan at the Erebuni Hospital in serious condition. Hospital records show that Mr. Avetisyan had been taken to the hospital as an “unknown” person and was admitted at 2:00 pm yesterday. He was unconscious when admitted. The statement reads that Mr. Avetisyan had wounds to the head, chest area and extremities.

The Aryan Union has called on the government to find out what exactly happed to Mr. Avetisyan yesterday that wound him in the hospital.
 
 

The Armenian Aryan Union and the “Lousantsk” weekly have issued a statement regarding the alleged car accident on May 4 involving Union leader Armen Avetisyan. The statement claims that the wounds suffered by Mr. Avetisyan show that rather than being hit by a car, he was assaulted and beaten by as yet unknown assailants.

The statement says that Mr. Avetisyan had been phoned by a man called Arkady between 10 am to noon, yesterday. The man said he was calling from the National Security Service. Mr. Avetisyan left his office to meet with Arkady in the vicinity of the “Ayrarat” movie house for a meeting scheduled at 12:20 pm. At 1:10 pm, Mr. Avetisyan called his office to say that he was returning. When he failed to show up, the office staff tried to reach him on his cell phone but he didn’t answer.

The staff tried several more time, but again Mr. Avetisyan didn’t answer. The statement even says that they sent SMS messages which were recorded as being received on May 5 at 2:26 am.

The statement continues that the Aryan Union staff called the city ambulance dispatcher but that they answered that no one with that name or fitting the description of Armen Avetisyan had been transferred to hospital. At midnight, the staff then contacted the Kentron police department, after which they started making the rounds of hospitals to find the Aryan Union leader.

They ultimately found Mr. Avetisyan at the Erebuni Hospital in serious condition. Hospital records show that Mr. Avetisyan had been taken to the hospital as an “unknown” person and was admitted at 2:00 pm yesterday. He was unconscious when admitted. The statement reads that Mr. Avetisyan had wounds to the head, chest area and extremities.

The Aryan Union has called on the government to find out what exactly happed to Mr. Avetisyan yesterday that wound him in the hospital.

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