Participants in a mass brawl in a Chelyabinsk school could face up to seven years in prison

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It became known what punishment may threaten the participants of a mass brawl in a Chelyabinsk school. The Civil Patrol organization and its leader Rostislav Antonov are fighting for the rights of teenagers. He spoke about the chances of minors getting into prison. His words are “reedus“.

According to media reports, the detained teenagers are charged with Article 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. If the criminal case goes to trial, the defendants could face up to seven years in prison.

Currently, human rights activists are collecting all the details about the incident, they will find out information about the criminal stories of young people who declared themselves victims.

Locals say migrant students often extorted money from classmates, took away phones and got into fights.

According to Antonov, the police should find out what the attacked young people were doing. Perhaps the conflict that has occurred is a response to lawlessness.


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