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3.12.2017. 21:13
Finska
 

Finland bans neo-Nazi group


A court in Finland banned a neo-Nazi group on the grounds of spreading hatred and advocating violence as self-defence.
The ruling came in a lawsuit Finland’s national police filed that sought to dissolve the right-wing Nordic Resistance Movement. The suit argued the group was violent and openly racist.

Sud u Finskoj je zabranio neonacističku grupu zbog toga što širi mržnju i zagovara nasilje kao samoobranu. To je odluka Finske nacionalne policije koja želi raspustiti desni " Nordic Resistance Movement" zbog nasilnog ponašanja I otvorenog rasizma

 Viši policijski oficir Seppo Kolehmainen je kazao da  odluka donesena u utorak je "jasna poruka" da mržnji nema mjesta u finskom društvu.

DALJE ČITAJTE U ORIGINALNOM ČLANKU:

A Nordic Resistance Movement member, Jesse Torniainen, was convicted of aggravated assault for kicking a man in the chest during a September 2016 demonstration. The 28-year-old man died from his injuries. Torniainen was sentenced to two years in prison.  The fatal assault drew public attention and led to calls to ban racist and other extremist organisations in Finland.