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Monday, 1 March 2010

Racist Site Wants Finnish Leadership Dead (Finland)

National Bureau of Investigation is examining an online hate site that calls for the murder of leading Finnish politicians as well as immigrants. The Finnish-language site is registered to a long-time American neo-Nazi.
One of the sites videos was posted on the Goggle owned siteYou Tube.
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The anonymous author behind the site's writing is suspected of illegal threats and the incitement of hatred against an ethnic group.
The site calls for the hanging or shooting of much of the Finnish political leadership, including President Tarja Halonen and Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen. The site also featured a hit list of 50 Finns, named for their role in promoting multiculturalism.
The site is registered to an American named Gary Lauck, a neo-Nazi who became known in 1980s and 90s for smuggling neo-Nazi literature into Europe. Lauck, who served time in a German prison in the late 1990s, later moved his propaganda online.
Göran Wennqvist from the National Bureau of Investigation says it’s been difficult to trace the site’s administrator. Finnish police officials have cooperated with US authorities in the case.
“The concept of freedom of speech is broader in the United States than in Finland. But to my knowledge, these types of direct threats are against the law there too,” says Finnish state prosecutor Mika Illman.
Finnish police are increasingly investigating websites that support intolerance.
 Last week threats of violence were made against Minister of Migration and European Affairs Astrid Thors on Facebook.