The Accused of the “Vernissage” Case Has Never Suffered from Mental Illness

The case of the shots made last year near Vernissage continues to be investigated in the Court of General Jurisdiction of Kentron and Nork Marash Administrative Districts, under the presiding judge Gagik Poghosyan.
At the beginning of the case the court presented the results of the psychological-psychiatric examination of the accused Gor Arakelyan. Pursuant to the expertise Gor Arakelyan has never suffered and does not suffer from mental illness, so he can be identified criminally sane for his acts.
Today the court hearing was postponed because the prosecutor was not ready with his accusatory speech. The next court hearing will be held on 20 August at 15.00.
Notably, according to the accusation 31-year-old Valerik Hovhannisyan alongside with his friend 37-year-old Nerses Melkonyan started an argument on parking the car at the gates of the underground parking space entrance of Vardanants 18/2.
30-year-old Gor Arakelyan deliberately tried to kill Valerik Hovhannisyan and Nerses Melkonyan by his illegally-purchased gun, and also accidentally caused heavy physical damages to Mnatsakan Sukiasyan, Myasnik Hayrapetyan and Alvina Badalyan.
During the argument Valerik Hovhannisyan and Nerses Melkonyan violated public order, loudly giving invectives of sexual nature. Besides, the friends hit Gor Arakelyan applying to force, not causing the slightest physical damages.
Recognizance not to leave the country was chosen as measure of restraint for the three culprits.
Zara Manucharyan

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