The Central District Military Court of the Russian Federation sentenced the person involved in the case of arson of the military registration and enlistment office to 12 years in prison
Vladislav Borisenko was sentenced to 12 years in prison in a strict regime correctional colony.
The Central District Military Court of the Russian Federation sentenced Vladislav Borisenko to 12 years in a strict regime colony, accused of setting fire to a military enlistment office in Nizhnevartovsk. This was reported on January 31 by the TASS agency.
For the first three years, the convict will serve his sentence in prison, the rest – in a strict regime correctional colony.
It is noted that the case of Borisenko is one of the first examples of the re-qualification of a criminal case after the arson of the military registration and enlistment office for a terrorist act.
At the trial, he and another person involved in the incident, Vasily Gavrilishen (his case is being considered separately), “confessed” that they were fulfilling an order that they received through the Telegram messenger. They were allegedly promised from one to three million rubles for completing the task.
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