TURKISH BROTHERS WHO SEXUALLY HARASSED ARMENIAN GIRL SET FREE

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August 29, 2012 | 17:30

The Turkish court has released two Turkish brothers, Orhan and Baresh
Oqumushes, who had sexually harassed Armenian 21-year-old girl Narine
Lazarian, Haberturk reports. After the trial Narine's mother Nune
Mkrthchyan dissented for releasing the guilty. "Because of them my
daughter committed suicide. They took a video of her and blackmailed
her. The trial is not over yet. I'll appeal to the prime minister
and uncover the story behind," Narine's mother said. Earlier Armenian
News-NEWS.am reported that Narine Lazarian, 21, together with her step
father and brother had moved to Istanbul as working migrant. She fell
in love with Orhan Oqmush and planned to marry him. However, Orhan
slept with her and shot a secret video of the naked girl. Taking
advantage from the situation Orhan's brother Naresh forced her
to sleep with him threatening that he would show the video to her
brother. Getting refused, Baresh showed the video to her brother.

Afterwards Zhora severely quarreled with Narine and slapped her.

Threatening that they'll post the video in the internet, the brothers
demanded money. Unable to pay the amount, in May 2012 Narine committed
suicide. According to the report prepared by the prosecutor's office
of Istanbul, Orhan and Baresh Oqumushes were claimed to be sentenced
to 11 and 2.5 years of imprisonment respectively.