The man was found guilty but was not convicted of two murders in Southwest Finland

He had confessed to the murders in court, but denied their alleged deliberate nature.

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The district court ruled that the defendant was liable to pay more than € 100,000 in compensation to the victims and their families. The prosecutor sentenced him to for two murders, three attempted murders, a firearms offense, drug offenses, and drunk driving.

A man living in , , arrived early on April 3 at the building where the took place.

Forensic investigators said he shot and wounded a 27-year-old man outside the building before shooting the 25-year-old woman to death and wounded a 29-year-old man with a blade gun who pulled out of the building’s voices. firearms. The perpetrator then followed the 27-year-old man to of the apartments and shot him a second .

There were two other people in the apartment at the time of the shooting, but they were not physically injured.

The preliminary investigation did not find a single final motive for the murders, but one reason could be a dispute between the perpetrator and a 27-year-old male victim over about 20 euros in gas .

Aleksi Teivainen – HT

Source: The Nordic Page

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