HELSINKI – A Moroccan man who was in Finland two people doodstak and eight wounded, is sentenced to life in prison. The then 22-year-old Abderrahman Bouanane put out last year around on a square in the city of Turku.
The stabbing is seen as the first terrorist attack in the Finnish history. Agents shot the rejected asylum seeker is ultimately in his leg. He later said to see himself as a combatant for the terrorist group Islamic State, although the organization of the attack has not been claimed.
The court made Friday announced that Bouanane lifelong. In practice, that means that he is at least twelve years in the prison, you need to spend. He was found guilty of “two murders with a terrorist motive, and eight attempts to murder with a terrorist motive.”
Asylum seeker Turku denies terror
Finnish police was tipped off about the perpetrator
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