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Police have found out the identity of one of the suspects in a disgusting attack on Rastila metro station – Kotimaa

A Helsinki-based teacher told junior high school students that there must be a mask on the subway. A group of young people spat at him.

A teacher from Helsinki Mikko Terhiä, 58, said he was subjected to a disgusting attack at Rastila metro station in Helsinki on Monday, March 22, when a group of young people spat on him and physically reached him.

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Terhi, who was returning from the store, said she was stepping out of the elevator when a group of middle-aged young people stood in front of the doors.

He said he urged young people to wear face masks on the subway. According to Terhiä, the young people were angry at the prompt and tore him out of the elevator.

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After that, the young people, according to Terhiä, spat on his face and clothes. He is concerned that he may have been exposed to the coronavirus.

According to him, there were 6–8 young people in the situation. Some of them were familiar to Terhia because she works as a teacher at Merilahti Primary School.

Terhia also believes that the young people recognized her despite the face mask.

Police investigation: The identity of one suspect has been clarified

– The identity of one suspect, the director of the investigation of the case, the commissioner of the crime has been clarified Marko Forss Ilta-Sanomat tells the Helsinki Police Department.

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How exceptional do you consider the case to be and still be so during a coronavirus pandemic?

– I don’t suddenly remember any such cases from the youth group’s stuff now, Forss says.

For example, HIV has been sentenced in Finland as a serious assault. The penalty for aggravated assault is one to ten years in prison.

What is the criminal title of the case at this point?

The case has been reported to the police as an assault and insult, but the criminal titles will certainly be further clarified in the investigation, Forss says.

For example, HIV has been sentenced in Finland as a serious assault. The penalty for aggravated assault is one to ten years in prison.



Source site www.is.fi

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