Tag: Crimes

  • The NBI suspects Finn of far-right terrorist crimes

    The NBI suspects Finn of far-right terrorist crimes

    The case related to domestic terrorism is suspected to be related to the ideology and activities of the extreme right.

  • Minister looks at war crimes in Denmark

    Must send out a strong signalIf the proposal is supported by the Folketing, Hummelgaard intends to set up a legislative committee to investigate how war crimes can technically be added to the penal code. The committee will assess whether the punishment for war crimes should be higher than the applicable provisions for offenses such as […]

  • Winning against gang violence with soft tactics

    Winning against gang violence with soft tactics

    Conflict recently did an episode on harsher punishments. But in the background, a more low-intensity fight is going on with soft methods. We visit the boxing club Fight For Zero in Vällingby, where several of the guys know someone who was shot to death. Now the teenagers get homework help and are trained to help […]

  • Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    Gangs have become more common in Helsinki, the police say

    The forces have been linked to, among other things, drug, violence and traffic crimes. The activity of such gangs has increased, especially in the capital, and the police receive reports of key members almost daily. Such activity may have gone unnoticed by the general public Mark HeinikariDetective Chief of the Helsinki Police Department. He revealed […]

  • A large drug organization uncovered in Åland, with a street value of 120,000 euros

    A large drug organization uncovered in Åland, with a street value of 120,000 euros

    The cooperation between Customs and the Åland Police Department began in 2022 to investigate the drug crime situation in Åland. During the cooperation, the customs authorities stopped a person arriving from Sweden to Åland in the port of Eckerö, where they confiscated approximately 2.9 kilograms of hashish found in the vehicle. An importer living in […]

  • The Helsinki police are establishing two working groups to combat street gangs

    The Helsinki police are establishing two working groups to combat street gangs

    According to the police, street crime is becoming more common in Finland, and the police are called almost every day to investigate crimes related to street gangs.

  • The coalition proposes strict measures to combat youth and gang violence in Finland

    The coalition proposes strict measures to combat youth and gang violence in Finland

    The party also wants to reform Finland’s integration policy. The coalition has been warning for some time about the increase in gang crime and has proposed measures to combat it. According to the party, gang activity is increasing in Finland and becoming more violent, and innocent bystanders are in danger. The party believes that traditional […]

  • Detained in custody due to harassment and threats

    Detained in custody due to harassment and threats

    A 30-year-old man from Reykjanesbær who is suspected of bomb threats and a number of other crimes has been detained until March 30. It is safe to say that he is well known to the police. The last actions of this man were covered by the media. He is suspected of sending threatening e-mails to […]

  • Finnish customs’ reports are at their peak in terms of regulatory crimes and drug seizures for violation of anti-Russian sanctions

    Finnish customs’ reports are at their peak in terms of regulatory crimes and drug seizures for violation of anti-Russian sanctions

    The social effects of Customs’ crime prevention have exceeded 100 million euros, and most of the violations are related to sanctions against Russia and Belarus. Supervisory director Hannu Sinkkonen said that the number of violations of regulations has increased significantly, and last year more than 300 cases were taken into preliminary investigation. Sinkkonen also stated […]

  • The murder at the Delta gym and the real target

    The murder at the Delta gym and the real target

    The trial about the murder at the Delta gym in Stockholm was recently concluded. It ended with a big surprise – will anyone be convicted of the murder? The man who was shot was not actually the target. He was murdered while trying to intervene to stop the shooter, but was completely unrelated to crime […]

  • The former intelligence chief of the Defense Forces is accused of service crime

    The former intelligence chief of the Defense Forces is accused of service crime

    The police discovered the suspected crimes while investigating Helsingin Sanomat’s report on the intelligence service in Central Finland.

  • The police warn of online shopping crimes

    The police warn of online shopping crimes

    According to the Finnish police, crimes related to private transactions made through online marketplaces have become more common.

  • This is how Europe can bring Putin to justice

    This is how Europe can bring Putin to justice

    In Ukraine, feverish efforts are underway to collect evidence and register suspected war crimes. Lubna El-Shanti has met with victims and war crimes investigators and in total over 70,000 suspected war crimes have been registered. In Ukraine, there is a strong hope of being able to prosecute and sentence Putin for the invasion, the crime […]

  • Hate in the mountains

    Hate in the mountains

    21-year-old Evelina is a Sami reindeer herder in a village in Oviksfjällen in Jämtland. Evelina says that she has experienced prejudice since she was a child and that her parents warned her about what could happen when she posts publicly on social media. – But still, I was very shocked when I encountered that first […]

  • HS: Anneli Auer’s children retract the evidence presented against their mother

    HS: Anneli Auer’s children retract the evidence presented against their mother

    The court found that crimes had been committed against all four of Auer’s children. Helsingin Sanomat reported on Friday that it had seen footage of the eldest child, who claims in an interview that no crimes have really taken place, which his three siblings have confirmed. The children said that they made up their stories […]

  • NBI releases Lahti-based Biafran activist Simon Ekpa while the investigation continues

    NBI releases Lahti-based Biafran activist Simon Ekpa while the investigation continues

    The Central Criminal Police suspects a man living in Lahti of money collection crimes, although Simon Ekpa has not been named as a suspect.

  • Finland shows "unwavering support" For Ukraine on the anniversary of the war

    Finland shows "unwavering support" For Ukraine on the anniversary of the war

    Russian war crimes have been widely condemned in Finnish society over the past year.

  • Smuggling Sweden – Arms smuggler from the Balkans |  part 2/6

    Smuggling Sweden – Arms smuggler from the Balkans | part 2/6

    After the civil war in Yugoslavia in the 90s, no authority has a handle on how many weapons were distributed to the population, and instead of being handed in, they are smuggled to countries like Sweden. Marko has been convicted of several crimes but never for all the weapons he smuggled to Sweden from the […]

  • Former head of military intelligence suspected of gross service crimes

    Former head of military intelligence suspected of gross service crimes

    Alafuzoff is suspected of handing over the flash drive to the editor of Helsingin Sanomat. The drive contained confidential information.

  • Twice as many children in detention: “We comfort them and then lock the door”

    Twice as many children in detention: “We comfort them and then lock the door”

    In August 2021, four teenagers take the commuter train to central Stockholm. With them they have a bag with a bomb. Just before Christmas, a 16-year-old boy in Kalmar is shot in the head. The suspected shooter is only 15 years old and the suspected instigator only a few years older.And in Stockholm, the suspect […]

  • More than 130 Turkish builders were arrested and the last survivors were pulled from the ruins

    More than 130 Turkish builders were arrested and the last survivors were pulled from the ruins

    Footage from the affected area shows how some buildings have collapsed like a deck of cards, while others have been damaged but are still standing. Turkish judicial authorities raided more than 130 people allegedly involved in these irregular construction practices. On paper, Turkish building regulations are up-to-date with current earthquake engineering standards. However, they are […]

  • The situation in the schools of the capital region is worrying, the police tell HS

    The situation in the schools of the capital region is worrying, the police tell HS

    The police quite often get tips about possible drug dealing in schools, but the raid was carried out based on exceptionally solid information, he told the newspaper. The police, he emphasized, rarely decide to raid a school with barking dogs and do so only after careful consideration. “If we suspect there are drugs in a […]

  • Revenge after the murder of Adriana – “Must bring out the harlots”

    Revenge after the murder of Adriana – “Must bring out the harlots”

    A month after the murder of Adriana, shots are fired at several men in Vällingby. These are the people the two men at McDonald’s believe were in the white car from which the shots that killed Adriana were fired. In January, eight people were sentenced to long prison sentences for the revenge shooting in Vällingby […]

  • The children in the middle of the violence: The escape map |  Part 2/3

    The children in the middle of the violence: The escape map | Part 2/3

    Nowadays, it is a crime when children witness violence in close relationships. The children get their own voice in the legal process, but even if the perpetrator is convicted of child welfare crimes, the child’s security has been damaged for life. Mother Anna is forced to tell the children that she does not love them. […]

  • Prosecutor: Kulmun’s former adviser "thought the government tab was open"

    Prosecutor: Kulmun’s former adviser "thought the government tab was open"

    The prosecutors say that the special advisor paid the Ministry of Finance approximately 13,700 euros for the communications training of Katri Kulmuni, who was the Minister of Finance at the time. Kulmuni is not charged with any crimes.

  • From debt collector to father of small children

    From debt collector to father of small children

    Jimmy and Mikaela live a seemingly ordinary life with small children and a villa. But just a few years ago, everything looked different. In 2019, Jimmy enrolls in an LVM home to get sober. Mikaela works there and they quickly develop feelings for each other. But they are opposites of each other. Love makes Jimmy […]

  • Brothers are sentenced for aggravated espionage – the older one to life imprisonment

    Brothers are sentenced for aggravated espionage – the older one to life imprisonment

    Two brothers, 42 and 35 years old, have been charged on suspicion of having spied on Sweden on behalf of Russia. According to the indictment, they gained access to the information they handed over via the older brother’s employment within, among others, the Security Police and the Armed Forces. The crimes the brothers are suspected […]

  • New: The hockey murder in Västerås

    New: The hockey murder in Västerås

    It is on the night of Saturday, March 11, 1995 that the 29-year-old ice hockey player Peter Karlsson is found badly injured on a bicycle track in central Västerås. But the perpetrator cannot be far away. An anonymous tip points to a 19-year-old man with connections to a local Nazi gang. Since there are no […]

  • The manipulator – flattery and grooming |  Part 1/5

    The manipulator – flattery and grooming | Part 1/5

    Several young girls all receive threatening text messages that nude pictures of them will be sent to their loved ones. There is only one way for them to stop this. To meet the person who sent the SMS. The Manipulator is a story that spans 20 years back in time. A story about how the […]

  • Finnish Customs legally sold its lost cryptocurrencies

    Finnish Customs legally sold its lost cryptocurrencies

    The two cryptocurrency brokers chosen by Customs sold the bitcoins through a competitive negotiation procedure in late spring. Customs has seized bitcoins in connection with the investigation of drug and doping crimes. In addition to the bitcoins that have now been realized, Customs has approximately 90 bitcoins in its possession that are awaiting a legally […]

  • More shoplifters in Denmark – Dansk Erhverv

    More shoplifters in Denmark – Dansk Erhverv

    Robbery, burglary and shoplifting have increased in 2021. This is shown by the annual Crimestat report – the result of a collaboration between the Danish Chamber of Commerce and 30 retail organizations in Denmark. The report collects a number of data on crimes committed in approximately 4,600 retail stores in Denmark. In 2021, 81 robberies […]

  • A woman is suspected of spreading a dangerous substance in a bar in Helsinki

    A woman is suspected of spreading a dangerous substance in a bar in Helsinki

    “She will definitely be found,” he assured, adding that investigators have a good description of the woman or know her identity. “We have a relatively solid understanding of the course of events, but at the moment I cannot publicly comment on it in more detail.” The dangerous substance spread by the woman had not yet […]

  • They criticized the lawyers

    They criticized the lawyers

    In the autumn, the Stockholm Police Intelligence Unit released a report on criminal networks within organized crime in the region. Under the heading overall trends and phenomena, the police mention “Lawyers” as a point. “Information from both Encrochat and other encrypted chats indicates that the phenomenon of criminal lawyers abusing the trust they are given […]

  • The Finnish police suspect a man of animal welfare crimes after transporting the dog that led to his death from Russia

    The Finnish police suspect a man of animal welfare crimes after transporting the dog that led to his death from Russia

    The Helsinki police have started a preliminary investigation, where it is suspected that a 24-year-old man transported 32 dogs to the ground under bad conditions. According to the police, the mode of transport, a small truck, caused unnecessary pain and suffering to the animals. The Border Guard notified the Helsinki police on Saturday that a […]

  • Part 1 of 6. The System – Undress

    Part 1 of 6. The System – Undress

    In the roles: Simon Lööf, Helmon Solomon, David Fukamachi Regnfors, Jonay Pineda Skallak, Magnus Krepper, Sofia Kappel, Janna Granström, Camilo Ge Bresky and Lola Zackow. Screenplay: Ben LewisEditing and translation: Magnus LindmanDirected by: Lola ZackowVignette: Viagra BoysSoundtrack: Anna JondeliusSound design: Ludvig JanssonTechnology: Michael Johansson and Frida EnglundProducers: Louise Jacobson and Camilla van der Meer Söderberg […]

  • Finland’s last Lenin monument removed from Streets of southern city

    Finland’s last Lenin monument removed from Streets of southern city

    A statue of a Russian leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin will be removed from the Streets of the city of Kotka in southeastern Finland, and relocated to a museum, following a decision by the city council on Monday evening. The removal means that no large Monuments to the Russian Revolutionary and politician will be present on […]

  • Norrmalmstorgsdramat – the woman behind the Stockholm syndrome

    Norrmalmstorgsdramat – the woman behind the Stockholm syndrome

    On 23 August 1973, Jan Olsson enters through the door of Kreditbanken at Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm. Six days later, the drama unfolds and for some of those involved, life changes forever. An authentic depiction from within the Norrlandsmalmstorg drama In P1 Documentary we hear the unique voices from the bank robbery. Kristin Enmark who is […]

  • The young networks and violence in Upplands Väsby

    The young networks and violence in Upplands Väsby

    The police describe that there is a presence of criminal networks in Upplands Väsby. There have been open drug sales, extortion and shootings. And even though Upplands Väsby is not alone in this problem, many young people have been seen who are suspected or are on the fringes of serious crime. In the preliminary investigations, […]

  • The EU has agreed to ban “more than 2/3” of Russia’s oil imports

    The EU has agreed to ban “more than 2/3” of Russia’s oil imports

    “This package of sanctions includes other tough measures: the release of Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank, a ban on three other Russian state-owned broadcasters and the imposition of sanctions on war crimes in Ukraine,” he added. President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen The EU said that after reaching an agreement on a partial […]

  • The court sentenced Helsinki rapists to long prison terms

    The court sentenced Helsinki rapists to long prison terms

    The Helsinki District Court has sentenced long-term prison sentences to suspects leaders of a street gang involved in violent incidents in the Helsinki metropolitan area. The court condemned Milan JaffThe 22-year-old, known for his music videos and rape on social media, is sentenced to 10 years in prison. In the judgment, the court found that […]

  • The right to petition to take into account the comments of the Christian Democrat MP on homosexuality

    The right to petition to take into account the comments of the Christian Democrat MP on homosexuality

    The Helsinki Court of Appeal hears the appellants’ decision to dismiss all charges of incitement related to the comments of the current Member of Parliament and the former Minister of the Interior. Päivi Räsänen (CD). The Helsinki District Court acquitted Räsänen of all three charges in March, but said that although his comments were offensive, […]

  • The prosecutor is complaining about the release of war crimes

    The prosecutor is complaining about the release of war crimes

    Prosecutors are appealing the Pirkanmaa District Court’s decision for release Gibril Massaquoi charges including murder, aggravated rape and aggravated war crimes, public prosecutor Tom Laitinen has confirmed to the news agency STT. "The main grounds of appeal relate to the assessment of the evidence that the District Court, in our view, erred in its assessment […]

  • Anja has cheated men of millions: “I do not get caught”

    Anja has cheated men of millions: “I do not get caught”

    “Anja” is actually called something else. Her voice is exchanged, and another person plays her in Caliber’s pictures. Against anonymity, she tells how she lived on manipulating, cheating and blackmailing men worth millions of kronor over the past twelve years. It started in my teens. Anja decides to deceive an older man she comes in […]

  • The girls were threatened by the online pedophile: “Will spread your pictures to the whole school”

    The girls were threatened by the online pedophile: “Will spread your pictures to the whole school”

    Last week, P3 Krim reported on the hunt for an online pedophile in Malmö who is suspected of having abused both children in Sweden and abroad. He has been sentenced to many years in prison for the crimes against nine Swedish crime victims for his refusal, and soon the verdict will come in the foreign […]

  • Right now: Russian soldier convicted of war crimes

    Right now: Russian soldier convicted of war crimes

    Today came the verdict against the first Russian soldier brought to justice for war crimes in Ukraine. The accused, 21-year-old Vadim Shishimarin, has admitted that he shot dead a civilian man in northeastern Ukraine on February 28 and said he regrets it. Listen to our correspondent Maria Persson Löfgren and Ove Bring professor emeritus in […]

  • The EU promises Ukraine the flow of military aid will not stop

    The EU promises Ukraine the flow of military aid will not stop

    BRUSSELS, Belgium: EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has said the bloc would reassure Ukraine that it has adequate military equipment during the ongoing war against Russia. “The European Union will not let Ukraine run out of equipment,” he told reporters in Brussels after a meeting with the bloc’s defense ministers this week. His comments […]

  • Latest developments in Ukraine: 14 May

    Latest developments in Ukraine: 14 May

    For full coverage of the crisis in Ukraine, visit Flash point Ukraine. Recent developments in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine. All times EDT: 02:05: The latest intelligence update from Britain’s defense minister focuses on Ukraine’s Kherson region. The Russian-imposed leaders in the region say they will ask Russia to include the region in the […]

  • The court presses an illegal Cannonball cycling gang

    The court presses an illegal Cannonball cycling gang

    The Lahti Court of Southern Finland has decided on a lawsuit to dismantle the motorcycle gang Cannonball. The Päijät-Häme District Court will issue its decision on 8 June. Prosecutors are demanding the abolition of Cannonball, as the courts have previously considered it a criminal organization. They also asked for the group to be suspended until […]

  • VMA in Uppsala municipality •

    VMA in Uppsala municipality •

    The police have made a report to investigate whether there have been deficiencies that constitute crimes in connection with the riots during the Easter weekend, the police write on their website. The possible shortcomings to be investigated are within the four categories personal equipment, vehicles, methods and organization / management. After the riots during Easter, […]

  • Denmark reopens the Kiev embassy as the first Nordic nation

    Denmark reopens the Kiev embassy as the first Nordic nation

    Conversations with KulebaInitially, the embassy will be staffed with a limited staff with a view to gradually returning to normal capacity in the future. As part of his trip, Kofod will also meet with his Ukrainian colleague Dmytro Kuleba to discuss Danish military and humanitarian support for Ukraine. Another aspect of the negotiations will be […]

  • A Finnish court acquitted a Sierra Leonean man of war crimes

    A Finnish court acquitted a Sierra Leonean man of war crimes

    The Pirkanmaa District Court acquitted the charges Gibril Massaquoi The verdict on Friday afternoon included charges including murder, aggravated rape and aggravated war crimes. In its decision, the court found that although there was reason to suspect Massaquoi of the offenses with which he was charged, the prosecutor in the case had not unequivocally established […]

  • Sanctions – The economic weapon

    Sanctions – The economic weapon

    With the risk of a third world war looming on the horizon, the Western world has chosen a different path than direct military intervention to punish Russia and stop the war in Ukraine – economic sanctions. But what do we really know about how well sanctions work to persuade authoritarian regimes to stop committing war […]

  • Rwandan genocide suspect extradited from Sweden arrives in Rwanda

    KIGALI, April 27 (Xinhua) – On Wednesday, Rwanda’s national prosecutor’s office received a Rwandan man who was extradited from Sweden to face charges of genocide in Rwanda, among other places. Jean Paul Micomyiza was arrested by Swedish authorities in November 2020 after an indictment by Rwandan prosecutors. Micomyiza is accused of genocide, complicity in genocide […]

  • The Ministry of Health is publishing its plans to combat the sexual exploitation of children

    The Ministry of Health is publishing its plans to combat the sexual exploitation of children

    The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health has published a 33-step action plan to prevent the sexual exploitation of children. The strategy, which includes cooperation between parents, teachers, law enforcement authorities and other organizations, is part of Finland’s obligation to comply with the EU Convention, which aims to combat all forms of sexual exploitation of […]

  • The cyber attack hits valuable hotels in Helsinki and affects 15,000 customers

    The cyber attack hits valuable hotels in Helsinki and affects 15,000 customers

    According to Nordic Hotels & Resorts, 15,497 customers’ personal data has been leaked from the booking system used by Hotelli Kämp and F6 Hotel as a result of a breach in February. "The booking system for one of our suppliers’ websites was compromised. The attack affected two of our hotels," said Jonathan BlomCommunication advice from […]

  • The Danish Prime Minister visits Zelenskyy in Ukraine

    The Danish Prime Minister visits Zelenskyy in Ukraine

    According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Mette Frederiksen is in Ukraine today to meet the country’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Together with the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro SánchezFrederiksen will discuss a number of topics with Zelenskyy, including how Denmark can be able to assist in prosecuting war crimes – such as those committed in Bucha. “I […]

  • Police closed Airiston Helm’s money laundering investigation, returning millions in cash

    Police closed Airiston Helm’s money laundering investigation, returning millions in cash

    The Central Criminal Police (NBI) said on Wednesday that it has closed a preliminary investigation into suspected money laundering offenses involving Russian-owned Airsiton Helms in an investigation that began more than four years ago. The law enforcement authority announced that it would hand over approximately EUR 3.5 million in cash that was seized during a […]

  • The scam industry – Eva can not pay back

    The scam industry – Eva can not pay back

    – I thought that maybe I could get a better pension. I’m 62 years old, I’m turning 63, so I thought it could… I understand that I’ll be such a poor pensioner anyway, because I have not worked one hundred percent, I have been home with children and been single. So then I thought maybe […]

  • Putin’s propaganda and lies about the war

    Putin’s propaganda and lies about the war

    The reality in Butja Lubna El-Shanti has just returned from Kyiv and the suburbs of Butja and Irpin. Maria Persson Löfgren tells about Odessa where she has been. They tell about the people they met, about how they live, and about what they have been through. Propaganda in Russia In Vladimir Putin’s Russia, a surreal […]

  • Russian Kartington teenager suffered more punishment in Nazi salute scandal

    Artem Severiukhin competed under the Italian flag at the time of the incident following sanctions against Russia Russian karting driver Artem Severiukhin has had his Italian racing license revoked as the fallout continues after the teenager was accused of making a Nazi salute on the podium at a race in Portugal this weekend. Severiukhin, 15, […]

  • The ministry is considering allowing police to use passport fingerprints to investigate crimes

    The ministry is considering allowing police to use passport fingerprints to investigate crimes

    In the spring, the Ministry of the Interior launched a study on whether fingerprint data from passports and identity cards can be used in the investigation of serious crimes. The previous survey of fingerprint data by the Ministry of the Interior was completed in 2014. However, the working group noted that the use of fingerprints […]

  • Nokian Tires: New sanctions "significant effect" Russian operations

    Nokian Tires: New sanctions "significant effect" Russian operations

    Nokian Tires Finland on Monday said that the EU’s new sanctions on Russia would significantly hamper its operations in the country and that it would accelerate investment plans for new production capacity in Europe. The tire manufacturer has been criticized for its decision to continue operations in Russia, while many other international companies have ceased […]

  • That way, Putin could be held accountable for war crimes

    That way, Putin could be held accountable for war crimes

    Butja and the wars in Chechnya The body of Butja, a city just outside Kyiv, is reminiscent of what happened in the suburb of Novye Aldy in Grozny in February 2000, when more than 60 people were killed by Russian soldiers. The massacre was investigated by journalist Anna Politkovskaya, who published it in the Novaya […]

  • Right now: Russia is excluded from the UN Human Rights Council

    Right now: Russia is excluded from the UN Human Rights Council

    Russia is excluded from the UN Human Rights Council, that message came in the afternoon. The reason is the war crimes and genocide that the country was accused of during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The decision was made today by the 193 member countries. The echo transmits immediately.

  • The latest from Ukraine and about the abuses of civilians

    The latest from Ukraine and about the abuses of civilians

    In the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, Russian troops have left massive devastation and great human suffering behind as they recently withdrew from the suburbs. There are many testimonies of abuse and suspected war crimes. Listen to Ekot’s correspondent Johan-Mathias Sommarström directly from Kyiv. The feature was broadcast for the first time on P1 morning on April […]

  • Spain will deport about 25 Russian diplomats, the foreign minister said

    Spain will deport about 25 Russian diplomats, the foreign minister said

    MADRID – Spain will deport about 25 Russian diplomats and embassy staff from Madrid, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares said on Tuesday, joining other EU countries in their response to alleged war crimes by Russian troops in Ukraine. “We have decided to expel Russian diplomats and staff from the Russian embassy in Spain that […]

  • Help solve crimes with your DNA

    Help solve crimes with your DNA

    We all know the importance of DNA in solving crimes, but the idea of ​​finding criminals through their family’s DNA is the next trend. This means that you can do your part while doing a fun activity. Let’s start with the funSummer is just around the corner, but the snow keeps falling. That latest news […]

  • Brutal images from Butja raise the question of the investigation of war crimes

    Brutal images from Butja raise the question of the investigation of war crimes

    Ukrainian President Zelensky calls it genocide and Human Rights Watch says it is a clear war crime. Hear Maria Persson Löfgren, Russia correspondent, Mark Klamberg professor of international law and Ilmari Käihkö Associate Professor of Military Science at the Swedish National Defense College. The feature was broadcast for the first time on P1 tomorrow, April […]

  • PM strikes "cruel and cruel acts" In Ukraine

    PM strikes "cruel and cruel acts" In Ukraine

    prime minister Sanna Marin (SDP) and the chairman Sauli Niinistö on Sunday expressed support for war crimes investigations in Ukraine. Marin said the alleged attacks on civilians in Ukraine must be investigated as war crimes. He condemned the atrocities committed by Russian forces near Kiev before withdrawing from the region. Let’s take it TwitterThe prime […]

  • Police indicted for attempted murder against rapper, separate trial begins with planned retaliation

    Police indicted for attempted murder against rapper, separate trial begins with planned retaliation

    The District Court of Eastern Uusimaa has been imprisoned as a rapper and suspected gang leader Milan Jaff charged with attempted murder. The indictment is related to a preliminary investigation by the Central Criminal Police with the police departments of Eastern Uusimaa and Helsinki into a violent clash between two street gangs in Vantaa last […]

  • Swedish sex trade: The women and the pimp

    Swedish sex trade: The women and the pimp

    “Sweden’s worst sex offender” As early as 2005, a pimp was sentenced to 14 years in prison for, among other things, aggravated rape and procuring. Now two of his victims appear and tell how they were manipulated into prostitution. Paulina Bengtsson and the mother of three Kicki Wallström then testified against the man and had […]

  • Conflict monitors’ flight from Ukraine

    Conflict monitors’ flight from Ukraine

    Civilians are shot dead in the war in Ukraine. Investigations are now starting that Russia has committed war crimes. At the same time, neutral observers must leave Ukraine, such as those from the OSCE, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Those who could secure evidence on the spot can no longer work. Hear […]

  • Moscow court sentenced Kremlin critic Navalny to nine years in prison

    Moscow court sentenced Kremlin critic Navalny to nine years in prison

    The verdict was handed down to Lefortovo District Court Judge Margarita Kotova, who sentenced her to nine years in prison for “strict administrative deportation” fraud and contempt of court, the Sputnik news agency reported. The fraud case began more than a year ago. Navalny allegedly stole and used more than 350 million rubles ($ 3.1 […]

  • Dozens have been charged with more than 50 suspects in drug trafficking

    Dozens have been charged with more than 50 suspects in drug trafficking

    Finnish prosecutors plan to prosecute 54 people in a large drug case that was part of Operation Greenlight / Trojan Shield, an extensive international investigation that led to the seizure of large drugs and weapons, the prosecutor’s office said on Monday. Police have previously described the case as historically large, and authorities suspect an Estonian […]

  • The boss of the Cannonball gang gets the maximum penalty for drugs and firearms offenses

    The boss of the Cannonball gang gets the maximum penalty for drugs and firearms offenses

    The Päijät-Häme District Court has mostly sentenced to 13 years in prison Esko Eklund after convicting him of three aggravated drug offenses, a firearms offense and a felony firearms offense. Prosecutors told the court that Eklund ran a Cannonball motorcycle gang and that, according to the preliminary investigation, used a net handle "human animal". The […]

  • Russia is no longer a member of the Council of Europe

    Russia is no longer a member of the Council of Europe

    Russia is no longer part of the Council of Europe, the continent’s leading human rights monitoring organization, following its invasion of Ukraine. On Tuesday, Russia announced that it would leave, and on Wednesday, the 47 countries’ COE made it official. Following the decision, members of the COE went outside the organization’s headquarters in Strasbourg and […]

  • War crimes in Ukraine and the detectives online

    War crimes in Ukraine and the detectives online

    If the Kuwait War in the early 90’s was called the first live televised war, where American bombings were broadcast live on CNN, then Ukraine and Syria are wars that were broadcast live 24 hours a day by thousands of different accounts on social media. All this material that is posted voluntarily can be extremely […]

  • Denmark will sign extradition agreement with UAE

    Denmark will sign extradition agreement with UAE

    Justice Minister Nick Hækkerup will be in Dubai this week to officially sign an extradition agreement with the UAE. In the agreement, suspected perpetrators who have committed crimes related to Denmark will be extradited and prosecuted in this country. Among these are two high-profile cases, including 12.7 billion kroner fraud by the Danish state from […]

  • Making Danish citizenship easier to achieve accelerates integration – study

    Making Danish citizenship easier to achieve accelerates integration – study

    For more than two decades, right-wing parties have been campaigning to make it more difficult to obtain Danish citizenship. But now a new study suggests that tightening the criteria may have a negative effect on integration. Extensive research conducted by the BUILD Institute at Aalborg University shows that immigrants from non-western countries who received Danish […]

  • Right now: The son died as a child soldier at IS – the mother is sentenced to prison

    Right now: The son died as a child soldier at IS – the mother is sentenced to prison

    The IS mother helped recruit the 12-year-old son as a child soldier at IS, according to the district court. She is now sentenced to six years in prison. The boy, however, in the conflict in Syria 16 years old. The indictment is unique in Sweden – it is the first time a Swedish woman with […]

  • Right now: Latest news about the war in Ukraine

    Right now: Latest news about the war in Ukraine

    Here you get the latest updates about the war in Ukraine. Hear Hans Corell, international law lawyer with many years of experience in the Swedish state administration and the UN, about the risk of war crimes. Hans Corell has, among other things, led the work of establishing international law tribunals in Sierra Leone, Cambodia, Rwanda […]

  • The Danish Foreign Minister shares a tweet about a mass walkout during the Russian UN speech

    The Danish Foreign Minister shares a tweet about a mass walkout during the Russian UN speech

    This morning, the Danish Foreign Minister, Jeppe Kofod, shared a picture on Twitter of a joint diplomatic walkout during a speech given by the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, at a meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva. Lavrov approached the council at a distance after canceling his participation due to “EU states […]

  • The court dismissed trafficking in human beings and rape charges against the theatrical figure Baltzar

    The court dismissed trafficking in human beings and rape charges against the theatrical figure Baltzar

    The Helsinki District Court dismissed all charges against the author and the theater figure Veijo Baltzar on Friday. Baltzar, 78, had been charged with aggravated human trafficking, aggravated rape, rape and gross sexual exploitation of children. However, the court held that the evidence did not discharge the burden of proof because the prosecutor had not […]

  • Laws of War – This is how Putin can be judged

    Laws of War – This is how Putin can be judged

    Early Thursday morning, Ukraine was invaded by Russia. Large parts of the world have condemned the aggression. But what international laws apply in the event of an outbreak of war, what consequences can the attack have for Russia in the long term and which can be more specifically prosecuted for crimes? – Theoretically, you can […]

  • Police: The most dangerous streets in Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Turku Finland

    Police: The most dangerous streets in Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Turku Finland

    The streets of Helsinki, Jyväskylä and Turku were the most dangerous in the country last year, says the security index published by the police on Thursday. The police have used the index to monitor the security of Finnish cities for the past 10 years, including the number of crimes such as burglary, assault and drunk […]

  • Police associate seven other victims with a taxi driver convicted of multiple rapes

    Police associate seven other victims with a taxi driver convicted of multiple rapes

    Helsinki police suspect a taxi driver of sexual offenses against seven women. Suspect, Arian Juhana Rezaji, was convicted in August last year of a total of 18 different crimes, most of which involved the drug abuse and rape of four women. He was sentenced to six years and three months in prison. He is now […]

  • "Historic" Reform: Laws against sexual violence and harassment will come into force in 2023

    "Historic" Reform: Laws against sexual violence and harassment will come into force in 2023

    The government announced on Thursday a major reform of sexual crime legislation. The new laws would introduce a broader definition of rape and replace the current law, which defines assault only as rape if it involves violence or a threat of violence and a victim of defenselessness. Minister of Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson (SPP) said this […]

  • A Finnish court will order the release of a war crimes suspect before sentencing

    A Finnish court will order the release of a war crimes suspect before sentencing

    Sierra Leonean and accused of war crimes Gibril Massaquoi – awaiting conviction for murder, aggravated rape and aggravated war crimes in a prosecution case – has been released from the order of the Tampere District Court. Negotiations on Massaquo’s year-long trial ended last month. In his decision to release him, the district court said it […]

  • The Court of Appeal overturned Aarnio’s murder sentence

    The Court of Appeal overturned Aarnio’s murder sentence

    The Helsinki Court of Appeal has overturned the conviction Jari Aarnio his role in the 2003 assassination. The Helsinki District Court previously ruled that Aarnio had prior knowledge of the Swedish-Turkish contract murder Volgan Ünsal but did nothing to prevent the crime. The court sentenced Aarnio, the former head of the drug unit of the […]

  • NBI: Thousands of tons of waste smuggled between Finland and Estonia

    NBI: Thousands of tons of waste smuggled between Finland and Estonia

    The Central Criminal Police announced on Monday that it had completed a long preliminary investigation into three serious environmental crimes related to illegal waste transportation between Finland and Estonia. NBI suspects that six individuals and seven companies from both countries participated in environmental crimes jointly investigated by the Finnish and Estonian authorities. Finnish cases are […]

  • Deaths in Sweden and the United States in the Congo result in 51 death sentences

    Deaths in Sweden and the United States in the Congo result in 51 death sentences

    However, the country has a moratorium on carrying out executions More than 50 people accused of crimes in connection with the murders of two UN employees in 2017 in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been sentenced to death. A military tribunal sentenced the death of 51 of the 54 accused in the case, and […]

  • The court fined the former auditor for abuse of office

    The court fined the former auditor for abuse of office

    The Helsinki District Court ruled on Friday Tytti Yli-Viikariformer auditor at the National Audit Office (VTV), pays 80 income-related "daily fines" after finding him guilty of misconduct and maladministration in public office. The charges relate to an employment contract under which a VTV official received two years’ salary without working. In its decision, the court […]

  • The owner of a Finnish berry company was convicted of 26 human trafficking

    The owner of a Finnish berry company was convicted of 26 human trafficking

    The man was also found guilty of aggravated fraud and a violation of the Waste Act and was sentenced to pay more than € 200,000 in compensation to the victims in accordance with a previous conviction. The district court initially sentenced him to one year and eight months in probation. The courts disagreed primarily as […]

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

    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. Read more: Police decide investigation into suspected double murder in Turku (1.11.2021) 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 life […]

  • The number of victims of child trafficking has more than doubled

    The number of victims of child trafficking has more than doubled

    In previous years, the number of minors admitted to the scheme has varied between 10 and 14. In most cases, trafficking in minors was associated with forced labor, sexual exploitation and forced marriage. Some children have been victims of many types of human trafficking. In 2021, minors admitted to the assistance system were most often […]

  • Paris attacks trial resumed with main suspect back in court

    Paris attacks trial resumed with main suspect back in court

    PARIS – A marathon trial of suspects in the November 2015 Paris attack resumed on Thursday after a negative covid-19 test allowed the main suspect to attend. Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the 10 assailants, had not appeared in court since November 25 and tested positive at the end of December. He will appear […]

  • One year since the storming of the Capitol

    One year since the storming of the Capitol

    Today it has been a year since the storming of the US Congress in Washington. More than 700 people have been arrested, and the FBI is trying to identify around 300 more people suspected of crimes. US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris speak at the Capitol. The echo transmits immediately. Cecilia Khavar […]

  • The right to release neo-Nazi suspects in Kankaanpää

    The right to release neo-Nazi suspects in Kankaanpää

    The Satakunta District Court has decided to release four suspects from members of a far-right terrorist cell in the town of Kankaanpää in southwestern Finland. A fifth suspect was released earlier last month. Five men aged 23-26 were arrested in December on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack, the first time in Finland that charges […]

  • Porvoo police shooters, the prosecutor drops the complaint’s efforts;  Sentences of 15 years are valid

    Porvoo police shooters, the prosecutor drops the complaint’s efforts; Sentences of 15 years are valid

    The long prison sentences of two Swedish brothers convicted of being shot by police in 2019 are still in force because the accused and the prosecutor withdrew their application to the Helsinki Court of Appeal. Richard Granholm and his brother Raymond GranholmFinns with a Finnish background were each sentenced to 15 years in prison in […]