The Russian teenager didn’t want to go back to school after the holidays and set fire to it


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A teenager from the village of Pokrovka in the Novosibirsk region decided not to go back to school after the holidays and set fire to it. This was reported on the website of the regional Prosecutor’s office.

According to authorities, 8 Jan 2020 17-year-old Russian broke the window in the principal’s office, climbed into the room, disconnected from the computer network and the wires from the security cameras. He then went to the geography and lit matches geographical maps hanging on the walls. Making sure that the fire is spreading, the teenager walked out of the building.

The Prosecutor said that the damage from the actions of the student amounted to more than 2.3 million rubles — the fire completely destroyed the building of the school and property located therein. The teenager admitted his guilt in full volume, and partially offset the damage. He was charged with a crime under part 2 of article 167 of the criminal code (“Intentional destruction of another’s property, if the act resulted in causing significant damage committed from hooligan promptings, by an arson, entailed heavy consequences”), the case will consider the Kupinsky district court.

June 15, employees of the Federal security service (FSB) of Russia reported that it had prevented a massacre at the school of Volgograd, which was prepared by a teenager born in 2005. From the detainee withdrew the finished pipe bomb, Molotov cocktails and bladed weapons. In addition, the teenager found records with instructions for making bombs and organize mass killings in schools.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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