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A teenager from the Tyumen region, who was accused of attempting to set fire to a military registration and enlistment office, was sent for psychiatric treatment

The Central District Military Court in Yekaterinburg imposed compulsory medical measures on a 16-year-old schoolboy from the Tyumen region in the case of attempting to set fire to a military registration and enlistment office in Tobolsk. This was reported by 72.RU with reference to the press service of the court.

The teenager was accused of attempting a terrorist attack by a group of persons by prior conspiracy (part 3 of article 30; paragraph “a” of part 2 of article 205 of the Criminal Code), it follows from the case card. As a result, the court decided to send the ninth-grader to psychiatric treatment in a special institution. The decision was made on September 15.

The reason for the case was an attempt to set fire to a military registration and enlistment office using three Molotov cocktails. According to an unnamed interlocutor of 72.RU, the teenager spoke out against the war in Ukraine, which is why “the special services were targeting him.” As a result, the then 15-year-old Tyumen resident was offered to pay for the arson, the source added.

According to the publication’s interlocutor, the 16-year-old teenager is the son of a participant in the war in Ukraine, who returned home on vacation on the eve of the incident.

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