Iraqis arrest involved a "massacre" Spyker in Finland 12-11
Iraqis arrest involved a "massacre" Spyker in Finland
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Long-Presse / Baghdad
Finnish police arrested, on Friday, Iraqis suspected of involvement in the incident Spyker after their arrival to the city of Forsa, showed that among the detainees has Mlahakthma with the help of the security intelligence service Alphenlindenah.
The head of the Finnish police investigators Gary Rati in a statement quoted by the radio and television British BBC station and seen by the (long-Presse) "The Finnish police have arrested two brothers Iraqis twins suspected of being involved incident Spyker presented by the organization (Daash) on video," noting that "the detainees of aged 23-year-old suspected of being involved the killing of 11 people at the Spyker base in Tikrit in June 2014 ".
Ratti said that "the suspects who had arrived in Finland in September were arrested in the city of Forsa southwest Finland," explaining that "both sides of the detainees were clear in the video where they were not masked, and the victims were lying on the ground where they are shooting them one after the other." .
Rati and pointed out that "detainees whose names have not been mentioned, has Mlahakthma the assistance of the Security Intelligence Service Alphenlindenah, without giving further details," pointing out that "The detainees are scheduled to appear before a city court on Friday." And executed organization (Daash), in (the 15th of June 2014), hundreds of students from the College of the Air Force and volunteers of the armed forces, in the base (Spyker), north of Tikrit.
The organization (Daash) may impose its control over the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 km north of Baghdad), in (the tenth of June 2014 the past), prior to impose its control over many other regions of Iraq, had committed "violations" Many people, especially the right of minorities, religious and cultural sites, promised many local and international destinations "crimes against humanity, and genocide."