In Russia, since 2017, 35 criminal cases have been opened against teenagers on charges of preparing mass murders, terrorist attacks or extremist actions. All these cases are distinguished by the fact that there are no victims in them, only statements by the investigation that the schoolchildren planned to do something. The accusation is based on drawings, correspondence on the Internet and photographs. 16-year-old Nikita Uvarov was arrested for five years on charges of terrorism. He and his friends put up leaflets demanding the release of anarchist political prisoners. Schoolchildren built a copy of their city in Minecraft and joked in the general chat about the explosion of the FSB building. Not a real explosion, but a computer one. For drawing a plan to capture the barracks, 18-year-old cadet Vadim Osipov was accused of terrorism and, by a court decision, was sent for compulsory treatment. The editors of the student magazine DOXA were sentenced to two years of hard labor for a video about pressure from university professors on students who participated in rallies. Agora lawyers undertake to protect teenagers.