Armenia: Alleged ill-treatment at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and subsequest anonymous intimidation of journalist Vahagn Ghukasian
This appeal case focuses upon freelance journalist, Vahagn Ghukasian, who is said to have been beaten by officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for around two hours on 6 June 2000 to punish him for the publication of an article on the October 1999 shootings in the Armenian parliament.
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