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In the state Duma introduced a bill on punishment for not informing on the crimes of mass threat orientation. The document published in the electronic database of the Duma.
The project proposes the addition of Chapter 31 of the Criminal code article 316.1 (“Failure to report crimes against life under aggravating circumstances”). The penalty involves a fine of up to 100 thousand rubles or in the amount of income for a period of up to six months or up to a year of forced labor, or up to a year in prison.
The authors cited the example of the attack in Kerch that occurred in October 2018, when the student Vladislav Roslyakov opened fire and detonated a bomb in a Polytechnic College. The incident killed 20 people — 15 students and five employees of the College, injured more than 50 people. Roslyakov killed himself in the College library.
After the attack was initiated a criminal case about the attack, later it was changed to an article about the murder of two and more persons publicly dangerous method. The bill says that those who knew about the impending mass murder of friends of the criminal could have prevented the tragedy, if timely appealed to law enforcement agencies.
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