A total of 52 employees in Baikal, Russia, will be held accountable for determining that Valery Permyakov was fit for military service.
Permyakov, a serviceman of the 102nd Russian Military Base in Gyumri, Armenia, stands accused in the brutal murder of the Avetisyan family of Gyumri, and he has accepted the respective charges that have been brought against him.
The head of the Moral and Psychological Support Department of the 29th army unit of the Russian armed forces, Dmitry Kiselev, has informed: “Everyone, starting from those who recognized Permyakov fit for military service, will be brought to account,” Zabmedia reported.
In his words, three criminal charges already have been filed in Chita against the 321st Military Hospital doctors, who had determined that Permyakov was fit for military duty.
Kiselev assured that all those who are guilty in this matter will answer for their respective actions.