On the night of October 6 in Goryachi Klyuch city of Krasnodar region unknown persons set fire to military registration and enlistment office. The next day the law enforcers detained two suspects.
The detainees turned out to be 27-year-old citizen of Minsk (Belarus) Bogdan Abdurakhmanov and 34-year-old resident of Krasnodar Boris Goncharenko.
Initially Abdurakhmanov and Goncharenko were charged with "attempted destruction of property" — under these charges they could face up to 3 years and 9 months in prison. However, the case was brought to the attention of the Federal Security Service (FSB), and the article was changed to "committing an act of terrorism". Now, both Bogdan and Boris face from 12 to 20 years in prison.
Boris Goncharenko graduated from Kuban state university. After that, he taught history, social studies, and philosophy at various educational institutions. At one time he worked as a manager at the information centers "Garant" and "ConsultantPlus".
Boris does not support Russian aggression in Ukraine and after the start of a full-scale war was very worried about the fate of conscripts, his former and current students.
Boris Goncharenko did not plead guilty to "committing an act of terrorism".
Solidarity Zone found a lawyer to defend Boris Goncharenko and paid the amount necessary to begin the work. Another 250 thousand rubles (3000 euros) are needed to fully pay the lawyer at the stage of the investigation.
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