Finland

Finland: Finnish Security Intelligence Service (Supo) said that more than 200 people convicted of terrorism-related crimes would be released from prisons in Western Europe in the coming years, YLE reported Thursday.

These people may have established links with organized crime while in prison, YLE outlet reported, citing Supo Director Antti Pelttari.

At the moment, Supo is reportedly monitoring about 370 people. According to Pelttari, people who fell prey to terrorist propaganda pose the biggest security risk.

 

October 2, 2018

Finnish intelligence warns of future release of over 200 terrorists in Europe

Finland: Finnish Security Intelligence Service (Supo) said that more than 200 people convicted of terrorism-related crimes would be released from prisons in Western Europe in the […]

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