You are a pig and show no manners. Your posting attempts to justify your actions and points fingers instead of taking responsibility. When you and you hoodlum criminal kind become ethical honest people then maybe people will "dream about meeting an Armenian and being friends" with you. Until that time honest ethical people do not want to associate with you and do not want to be identified with you. That is how it really is.Ok first maybe all of you should shut the fk up, who do you think you are. Maybe you should think about the Mexicans and Asians and all the other gangs, Armenian's arent the only ones that did something like this so shut the fk up and think before you talk.You fking low life idiots. Just becuase we drive LEXUS, BMW and MERCEDEZ etc why the fk do you care,we can drive any kind of car we want to! We work hard to have what we want, just becuase a few Armenian's did wrong means all Armenians did wrong? guess what American's Mexican's Asian's etc do fking worse with rape and murder and much much more.Just because a few Armenian's did fruad all of a sudden were bad people?Well fk you and everyone. Have a problem with Armenian's? You could go fk youselves. We are incredable/wonderful/amazing people. Everyone should dream about meeting an Armenian and being friends with us.
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#864 Mar 18, 2013
Since: Sep 09
#865 Mar 18, 2013
you have no way out with a lie..
When and where did turks kill those people.
If they killed them between 1890-1915 why did 15.000 Ottoman Armenian Ministers,ambassadors,pashas and public servants did not say anything?
If it was happened only﻿ in 1915 how could Turks do it when they were fighting in 14 fronts including Canakkale in 1WW?
Even Hitler ,Hitler could kill 1.200.000in aushwitz with great techn. and menpower in 4years,with your NAZI LIAR-MENIAN collabrators' help in France during the 2WW?
See my 2 new theories abour your fccen genocide of the Liar-menians hehehehgeehehehe
“Philbert Is Handsome”
Since: May 12
Woodland Hills, California
#866 Mar 29, 2013
Layla is an interesting name. I believe it's a form of Delilah.
Filip Samovich is Russian for Philip, Son of Sam, or Samson.
“Philbert Is Handsome”
Since: May 12
Woodland Hills, California
#867 Mar 30, 2013
Double checked the name Layla and It googled differently this time. Just ignore my post and I'll ignore this name.
#868 Jul 14, 2013
Very true .
#869 Jul 14, 2013
This Armanin's comment justifies who they are .
No need to argue with such a rude and uneducated person.
#870 Jul 15, 2013
What is an "Armanin?" Maybe you are an uneducated person yourself.
#871 Jul 16, 2013
i like t owatch sateltie video of cocaine feilds ..then follow the plane and trucks to harbors over to america wher e25 cents in cocaine is 4000 dollars satelite like wtchinga movie
#874 Dec 27, 2013
Your all just mad because you don't know how to do it, your too pu**y to do it, and because our marble floors and beamer Benz Bentley maserati Aston martin bugattis are all coming from your pockets ..lmaooooo clowns!
#875 Dec 27, 2013
I'm sorry that was mean. Lmao clowns.
#877 Oct 19, 2014
63% check again
#878 Jun 24, 2015
Glendale has hairy women
#880 Jul 20, 2015
From the fearless Glendale News Press, who is not intimidated by Armenian Power or their local hoodlums. Please notice the last name of the lady who fled the country is Grigoryan. Maybe she is related to Ara Grigoryan who hit a Mexican girl on Glendale Avenue about 7 or 8 years ago and then fled the country and was caught in Mexico trying to board a plane back to Armenia to avoid prosecution.
Man sentenced in Glendale medical fraud scheme
8:14 PM PDT, July 20, 2015
A Tujunga man was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison Monday for his role in a $20 million fraud scheme that used a sham medical clinic in Glendale to defraud Medicare and Medi-Cal with phony prescriptions.
ARTAK OVSEPIAN, 33, was found guilty after a trial last year of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, aggravated identity theft, conspiracy to misbrand pharmaceutical drugs, making false statements to the federal government and conspiracy to use other people’s identities in furtherance of fraud.
Operators of Manor Medical Imaging in Glendale employed an unlicensed medical practitioner, NURITSA GRIGORYAN, of Glendale, to prescribe “expensive” anti-psychotic medications using a licensed doctor’s name, and later billed and rebilled the government for the drugs, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
By manipulating files of patients who were recruited or whose identities were stolen, operators made it seem as though the individuals – which included elderly and homeless people, as well as veterans – were being legitimately treated.
After the prescriptions were filled, the drugs were sold on the black market and redistributed to pharmacies, where they’d be used in new claims filed to Medicare and Medi-Cal.
Medicare and Medi-Cal paid more than $9 million of the more than $20 million in fraudulent billings, officials said.
Two others, including Kenneth Johnson, 48, of Ladera Heights, and Grigoryan, 49, were also convicted after last year’s trial, and about a dozen others have been convicted in relation to the scheme.
Johnson, the doctor who pre-signed thousands of blank prescriptions that were later filled out by co-conspirators, is slated to be sentenced in November.
Meanwhile, Grigoryan, who pretended to have an American medical license when she saw homeless patients and filled out the phony prescriptions pre-signed by Johnson, reportedly fled the country after her conviction and remains a fugitive, officials said.
#882 Nov 22, 2015
From the Glendale News Press on November 19
Glendale attorney charged with attempted extortion in shooting case
t started with a triple shooting at a North Hollywood body shop in April 2014.
Two brothers, Robert and Akop “Jack” Torosian, the latter of which owns Papillon International Bakery in Glendale, had gotten into a business dispute with the shop’s owner, Hrach Gasparyan, and another man, Hrut Fitilchyan, which resulted in a shootout that left three of them hospitalized, according to Los Angeles police and the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.
Both Torosian brothers were arrested, but just one, Akop, was charged in connection with the crime.
To this day, there are conflicting accounts about who the aggressor was in the shooting, according to someone with knowledge of the case.
Akop Torosian, whose bakery was honored in June by Assemblyman Mike Gatto as small business of the year, was — and still is — facing two counts each of attempted murder and assault with a semiautomatic firearm. These charges carry a sentence of up to life in state prison.
But last November, Armen Tashjian, the Glendale attorney representing two of the men who were shot, allegedly made an offer to Robert Torosian.
For $2 million, the criminal case against his brother could go away.
With that money, Tashjian’s clients — Gasparyan and Fitilchyan — would either leave the country or keep quiet on the stand.
“(Gasparyan) will take the stand and say … I don’t remember, I didn’t see anything, I don’t know who shot who,” Tashjian allegedly told Robert Torosian last November, court records show.
Investigators were privy to the alleged shakedown, though the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office declined to discuss its investigation techniques.
Three months later, Tashjian reportedly emailed the bribe offer to Akop Torosian’s defense attorney Daniel Behesnilian, who when reached Thursday declined to comment on the case.
This week, Tashjian was charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit the crime of offering to receive a bribe, attempted extortion, conspiracy to commit extortion and conspiracy to commit an act injurious to the public, according to the Los Angeles County Superior Court criminal complaint.
When reached by phone Thursday, the body shop owner said he was shot once in the arm the day of the shooting, but could not remember additional details. He added that investigators recently served a search warrant at his home and business.
Fitilchyan, the other man involved in the shooting, meanwhile, could not be immediately reached for comment.
According to the district attorney’s office, neither Gasparyan nor Fitilchyan have been charged with any crimes, nor are they under investigation.
Tashjian is slated to be arraigned next month.
When reached via email, the attorney said he had not yet seen the allegations against him and was therefore unable to comment.
“Please know I will defend myself to the fullest,” he added.
#886 Apr 27, 2016
The Delta sororities have vowed to inform against them as well as the freemasons! They do private surveillance and give it to the authorities!
#887 May 4, 2016
Raghi Khajemtourian is a disgusting, evil POS career criminal. He's supposed to be deported but he's still here as of May 2016. I have no idea why homeland security doesn't do their job and get rid of him. He has a rap sheet a mile long. His entire family is disgusting and amoral, in my opinion. Every single one of them has a different spelling of their last name. I was told the reason was to commit welfare fraud, insurance fraud, etc. Why doesn't the Burbank, Glendale and Palmdale law enforcement officials crack down on these creeps? That's where they are located.
#888 May 4, 2016
HSUS moved money to several funds in the Cayman Islands include the following “investments:”
$500,000 to Ascend Partners Fund I, L.P., a Cayman hedge fund
$253,000 to BKM Holdings (Cayman) Ltd.
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$8 million to Fore Multi Strategy Offshore Fund, Ltd., in the Caymans
$5 million to Hayman Capital Offshore Partners, L.P. in Bermuda
$6.7 million invested in Fir Tree International Value Fund in the Caymans
Given that U.S. Charities are supposed to provide charitable services, while for-profit businesses invest money in hedge funds to make a profit, it is quite dubious that a non-profit charity from the United States would put $26 million in offshore funds in the Cayman Islands other than to stash money.
#889 May 4, 2016
#890 May 12, 2016
From the Burbank Leader, May 10, 2016. Don't forget to read where his mommy said her son was not capable of committing the crimes of which he'd been accused. Don't forget mommy that cameras don't lie and witnesses tend to remember who shot them. Oh mommy, if he is innocent why did he run? Mommy will forget all of this because she is Armenian and Armenians routinely fail to take responsibility for what they do. Artyom Gasparyan will fail to take responsibility like a man, he will fail to stand up and say he did it, because he is a puss. Have a nice time in prison, you will make somebody a nice wife.
Suspect in alleged crime spree, including Burbank double-shooting, pleads not guilty
By Alene Tchekmedyian•Contact Reporter
May 10, 2016, 6:03 PM
A man accused in a violent monthlong crime spree throughout Los Angeles County, including a double shooting in Burbank, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to 26 felony charges, officials said.
Artyom Gasparyan led authorities on a round-the-clock manhunt that ended on Jan. 4 when he was shot by Los Angeles police after a wrong-way freeway chase in which he crashed into an oncoming car and tried to flee on foot.
The 32-year-old faces one count of capital murder, 11 counts of attempted murder, seven counts of second-degree robbery, two counts of carjacking, two counts of fleeing police while driving recklessly, and one count each of hit and run resulting in injury, possessing a firearm by a felon and assault with a semiautomatic firearm, according to the Los Angeles County Superior Court criminal complaint.
In a separate complaint, Gasparyan was charged with an additional count each of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon, stemming from an alleged stabbing in August, records show.
Gasparyan, who has missed multiple court dates since his capture due to his hospitalization or refusal to come to court, is being held without bail.
Gasparyan's public defender could not be reached for comment on Tuesday. In an interview the week after Gasparyan's arrest, his mother Mariam Gasparyan said her son was not capable of committing the crimes of which he'd been accused.
Authorities said Gasparyan's crime spree began on Dec. 6 and stretched from Long Beach to Burbank to Panorama City.
On the morning of Dec. 9, Gasparyan reportedly pulled into a driveway of a Burbank home, with electronic music blasting from his car.
After waking up to the music, longtime Burbank resident Bheri Werntz went outside to pick up the newspaper and asked the driver to keep it down.
That's when Gasparyan allegedly reached for a silver-colored handgun sitting on the passenger seat and shot the 67-year-old. As Gasparyan drove off, he also allegedly shot a gardener working nearby in the foot.
Within days, Burbank police identified Gasparyan and on Dec. 13 tracked him down to Long Beach, but he got away. Hours later, Gasparyan would reportedly shoot another victim in Los Angeles.
Gasparyan is also suspected in the Dec. 30 murder of a 37-year-old Winnetka man in what was described by Los Angeles police as a possible "road rage" shooting. The victim, identified as Adan Corea-Santillana, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead shortly afterward at a Mission Hills hospital.
The search for Gasparyan came to a dramatic end when Los Angeles police shot him in front of commuters on the Golden State (5) Freeway after a short foot pursuit.
Undercover detectives had spotted him at a car repair shop and followed him until he entered the freeway on an offramp. Gasparyan subsequently collided with two oncoming vehicles before he got out of his car, armed with a handgun.
After a short foot pursuit, police shot Gasparyan and took him into custody.
#891 May 13, 2016
Probationer surrenders after leading Glendale police on chase, barricading himself in building
Glendale News Press 5/12/2016
A fraud suspect who led Glendale police on a chase in a stolen car Thursday afternoon surrendered after barricading himself in an office building and telling police he was armed, authorities said.
Glendale SWAT officers dressed in tactical gear swarmed the scene while crisis negotiators spoke to the man — later identified as a 27-year-old probationer named Gregory Karkour — through a window.
"I got a gun," he told them, according to police. "I don't want to go back to jail."
He also told negotiators that he wanted to speak with his mom, who responded to the scene along with his sister.
Shortly before, Karkour allegedly tried to commit fraud at Target in Glendale, according to Glendale Police Sgt. Robert William.
When officers showed up, they saw the suspect jump in a car, which police determined had been stolen.
A pursuit ensued after the man failed to stop, ending when he crashed at San Fernando Road and Colorado Street.
It's not clear if other cars were involved.
Karkour subsequently ran into an occupied office building, where he barricaded himself in an office unit.
Multiple workers inside escaped.
Crisis negotiators convinced Karkour to climb out of the window and surrender, after which police took him into custody.
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