Two ISIS terrorists suspected of eleven murders arrested in Finland
Two young Iraqi men have been arrested on suspicion of eleven counts of murder with intent of terrorism. The men were arrested in Finland.
According to the Police in Finland, the crimes happened in Iraq, reports the Finnish newspaper Hufvudstadsbladet.
The men are suspected of being members of the terrorist group IS. The killings are believed to have occurred near the city of Tikrit in Iraq last year, where IS troops executed 1700 unarmed Iraqi cadets.
The two men are suspected of having shot and killed eleven defenseless prisoners.
The men who are both 23 years old and are brothers. They came to Finland in September.
The terrorist organization IS made a propaganda video of the killing with the two Iraqi suspects and uploaded it on Internet. The police are now deciding whether the two arrested men are identifiable in the video.
Crime Inspector Jari Räty, who is leading the investigation said that those who killed in the video are not wearing masks, but it's still a challenge to identify individuals.
Räty can not say if the video is still available on the internet.
The two men came to Finland in September.
Police will not disclose whether they came as refugees or asylum seekers.
The Finnish Central Crime Policy received a tip about the suspects through its own investigation and cooperated with the Security Police. The arrests took place without problems.
Police have no information or suspicion of the men preparing any crimes in Finland.
Police have no figures on how many IS-suspects who are in Finland. In other words it's out of control.
The security police is not going to change the threat level because of this incident, writes the Finnish broadcasting company YLE.
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