Kursk region: official threatens to blow up hospital due to doctors refusing to see his mother
Deputy Head of the Shchigrovsky urban district Aleksey Goncharov is detained for provocation.
Deputy Head of the Shchigrovsky District Public Utilities Department Aleksey Goncharov was detained for threatening to blow up a hospital, where doctors refused to receive his mother.
It is reported that Gocharov’s 69-year-old came to a Shchigry hospital with a complaint of infection. Doctors could not urgently see the patient and advised her to come back in the evening. The woman reported this to her son, after which he called the police and threatened to blow up the hospital if the doctors did not see her.
As a result, siloviki wearing masks came to Goncharov’s place. A criminal case was initiated against him. After being questioned, his mother was taken to the hospital to see a doctor.
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