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Schoolgirl turned out to be a telephone terrorist in Kamchatka

Schoolgirl turned out to be a telephone terrorist in Kamchatka
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In Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, investigators opened a criminal case against a 15-year-old girl who reported about mining the school. She will have to answer for knowingly false reports of an act of terrorism.

The emergency services received a call about the bomb planted on the afternoon of March 5. All operational services went to the scene, the staff and schoolchildren were evacuated. The experts did not find anything dangerous.

According to the press service of the regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, it turned out that the former student of the school reported the bomb. Due to the conflict, her parents transferred her to another school, but the girl decided to take revenge and reported the bomb. She made a call from her friend’s phone.

Since the schoolgirl has reached the age of 14, she will have to bear criminal responsibility. Her parents must reimburse all expenses for emergency measures and damage caused by false reporting.

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