School security guard gets two-year sentence for negligence leading to knife attack

School security guard gets two-year sentence for negligence leading to knife attack
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The Motovilikhinsky District Court of the city of Perm has sentenced a female security guard from school No. 127, where two teenagers injured school students and a teacher with knives in January 2018, to two years of imprisonment, APA reports citing TASS.

"The court sentences Galkina to two years of imprisonment," the judge said. The court also requalified the charges to Section 118 of the Russian Criminal Code ("The infliction of grievous bodily harm out of negligence").

According to the investigators, the female security guard let the teenagers in the school without a pass, only making a record in the register. She was charged under item C Part 2 Section 238 of the Russian Criminal Code ("The execution of work or providing services which fail to comply with security requirements and which caused a grievous bodily harm or death out of negligence").

In January 2018, two teenagers came to the school with knives and injured 10 people — school students and a teacher. After that they injured each other. The teenagers were detained.

Faiq Mahmudov

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