Although the KRP confirmed that investigations are ongoing, the detective chief inspector responsible for both investigations was willing to shed more light on the details.
“The only thing I can say is that the preliminary investigation is ongoing. [Providing further details] would disturb and hinder the investigation” Jukka NurmenniemiThe officer leading the investigation into the disclosure of an alleged national secret by the KRP, comment For Helsingin Sanomat on Friday.
KRP officials refused to comment, for example, on whether they have identified the suspect or suspects during the investigation, YLE reported. District court documents show that since last summer, no one has been detained on suspicion of unauthorized intelligence activities or revealing a national secret.
There is no indication that the two incidents are linked, the broadcaster said.
YLE wrote that the criminal report on unauthorized intelligence activities was made in September. Meanwhile public crime statistics show that the case was registered in Southeast Finland, the broadcasting company revealed, referring to the information it received, that the registration took place in Virolahti.
It also revealed that both Kajaani and Oulu have been notified of the disclosure of a national secret. It is possible that both reports are related to the case that the KRP is currently investigating.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page