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Police remain silent for reasons of Oulu operation – well-known neo-Nazi imprisoned has been released – Oulu region


A man in his thirties was imprisoned on grounds of suspicion for preparing for a felony against a serious life or health.

Central Criminal Police on Tuesday, March 16, organized a spectacular police operation in the Kaijonharju and Kuivasjärvi areas of Oulu, in connection with which one person was arrested.

Three days later, the Oulu District Court arrested a man from Oulu born in 1990 on suspicion of preparing for a felony against a serious life or health. The suspicion of a crime takes place from 1 January to 16 March 2021 and is committed in Oulu.

The continuation of detention was supposed to be a trial today, but it has been canceled. According to IS data, the man from Oulu has been released.

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According to eyewitness observations in Kaijonharju, the police examined the car in the apartment building’s parking lot and the apartment building. The owner information of the car under investigation coincides with a well-known neo-Nazi activist.

Thirty the man has belonged to the Nordic Resistance. He has been convicted of several acts of violence across Finland.

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Police carried the boxes of explosives from the apartment to the trailer.­

Newspaper Kalevan During the operation, the police carried boxes in their own cars, the markings of which referred to Forcit Oy’s moldable Peno explosive.

Head of the Central Criminal Police Unit, Director of Investigation Jukka Nurmenniemi No information related to the operation has been confirmed by the Central Criminal Police. He did not comment on the identity of the imprisoned man or whether the arrest was related to Operation Kaijonharju.

– I cannot comment on the person’s name. There is no detention trial today because I do not present any additional grounds for detention, ie there are no grounds for detention, and that means that the suspect must be released at that time, Nurmenniemi states briefly.



Source site www.is.fi

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