I was in shock when I learnt the news of Russian pop-singer Jasmine being severely beaten up for two days in the settlement Zhukovka. I thought probably this is another chain of rumors unless I found this in Russian International Network site.
Pop-singer Jasmine was delivered from the settlement Zhukovka into one of Moscow hospitals with the numerous injuries and the brain concussion, media report.
On Tuesday the emergency service received the call from the settlement Zhukovka. The doctors arrived to the place found there the well-known singer, whom at first they could not recognize because of the numerous abrasions on her face.
The girl was taken to the hospital, where after examination she was diagnosed to have closed craniocerebral injury, the break of the back of nose, plural hematomas and asthenic syndrome. The singer was in the deep psychological shock.
Jasmine told to the doctors that she had been beaten for two days; however, she refused to talk to the journalists. After rendering the first aid to the singer, the physicians sent telephone message into the militia, since, judging by the nature of injuries, they could have criminal origin. At the present moment the police conduct investigation on the fact of causing serious damages, criminal case is not filed so far.
According to rumors afloat, Jasmine was beaten by skinheads on the same ground that the pop-singer is considered to have an Armenian background. I wonder whether Russian singers, who are not the same as Armenians, have body-guards and that their security system is so weak as not to care for the two days lasting disappearance of such a well-known singer.
On that, nationalist skinheads’ attacks and attempts to kill Armenians are still continuing. Yesterday, again, two young skinheads tried to kill two young Armenians in the metro station.As Arminfo reports:
On 2 July in the evening, a group of teens attacked two Armenians in a tube train. Both the Armenians, Vacheh Tovmasyan (20) and Varazdat Hakobyan (23) got knife wounds. At the underground station “Kuznetsky Most” they applied for first aid and were hospitalized. The attackers escaped. The injured say they were attacked by aggressive young people in black and with knives as soon as they came out of the train.
Luckily they both were injured, one from the head, the other from the neck, and the nationalists couldn’t manage to complete their hectic mission. But can we hope that will be the case in the future? One of them is said to be arrested, but they are dime a dozen such, and the hemorrhage is supposed to be continued. What will be next? Shall we wait idle by to see that?