maanantaina 1. marraskuuta 2010
[size=150:1hripa11]Leader of Chechen terrorist refugees in Finland attacked Finnish Lutheran church yesterday evening[/size:1hripa11]
Dozens of Chechen terrorist refugees attacked yesterday evening a Finnish Lutheran church at the city of Pohja near Helsinki before evening ceremony, led by the infamous producer and editor-in-chief of the terrorist web-site "Kavkaz Center" Mr. Mikael Storsjo, who was dressed as Chechen leader. Their aim was to harrass the priest of the church Juha Molari, who has critizised in his blog notorious activities of Mr. Storsjo, who openly has promoted terrorism and admitted he is also financing Chechen terrorists. The gang of Chechen separatists surrounded the church at 5.45 p.m. and delivered leaflets, claiming the priest Molari is a terrorist. Earlier Molari received a threat by e-mail from Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov, saying he will cut off the heads of Molari and his family, if Molari would not stop critizising "Kavkaz Center". Molari is now enjoying special protection of Finnish law enforcement authorities. The Finnish police has been informed of the incident and asked to prosecute Mr. Mikael Storsjo for violation in public gathering and harassing religious ceremony, both crimes defined in the Finnish criminal code. Storsjo himself said the illegal gathering was organised by the notorious separatist organisation "Finrosforum", lead by Mr. Storsjo together with the famous Finnish anti-Russian and pro-terrorist politician Heidi Hautala. Mr. Storsjo is already prosecuted for organizing illegal immigration from Chechnya to Finland. According to public information, Storsjo and his wife Agneta Storsjo are sheltering Chechen refugees at their home. The Chechen terrorist web site "Kavkaz Center" is located in Helsinki at the address Bulevardi 2. The Finnish security officials are closely monitoring the situation. According to observers Mr. Storsjo is now afraid of his swift arrest and therefore hiding somewhere in Helsinki.
Lähettänyt SAFKA klo maanantai, marraskuu 01, 2010
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