Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Bereaved parents urge Armenian president to solve army murders

All around the world, there are families grieving the loss of soldiers who have been murdered by fellow service members or who have died otherwise, usually at a young age, in uninvestigated non-combat deaths.  This story is from Armenia, where the families have come together to fight for justice.

"The chief military prosecutor admits that many crimes have been committed by inspectors in connection with the criminal cases into our sons' deaths. However, no one has yet been punished. You have upset us. Moreover, murders in the army will continue as indifference and illegality rule there,” the letter says.
Read the entire story here.

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