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Wed, 26 Oct, 2016 12:01:32 AM
FTimes – STT Report, Oct 26
 
District court in Helsinki. Photo Lehtikuva.
The Southwest Finland District Court has sentenced a man to 70 days of conditional imprisonment for threatening the family of Prime Minister Juha Sipilä and Vihreäliitto (Green League) MPs Ozan Yanar and Emma Kari. 
 
The sentence came from convictions of menace, defamation and a drug-related crime.
 
According to the verdict, the man called Sipilä’s wife and threatened to, rape and kill her and her children, among other things. The man also railed against Sipilä’s immigration policy, arguing
that he should be killed.
 
On an early morning, the man had also left a message threatening to rape MP Kari. The same morning, he also left a message for Yanar, threatening, among other things, to beat and rape his family. The man also called Yanar demeaning names.
 
“The judgement] also takes into account the damage and danger which could have foreseeably arisen due to the acts threatened,” the court said in its justification for the judgement.
In addition to the threatening phone calls and messages, 12 cannabis plants were found in the man’s apartment.
 
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