You know when you have a "foreign" crime problem, maybe your country needs fewer "foreigners". As Tundra Tabloids reports, Finland has a serious problem with certain kinds of crimes by "foreigners".
According to Police Director General Seppo Kolehmainen, the growth in the number of asylum seekers can hardly be seen in the crime statistics, instead, in the quantity of emergency responses, to an extent. There has been a lot of emergency responses at reception centers.But as we know from Cologne, the authorities can be counted on to hide the numbers inside other numbers.
An especially a lot of debate has been raised over asylum-seekers suspected of sexual offenses. Last year, 22 asylum-seekers were suspected of sexual harassment, 13 of rape and 12 of aggravated rape and two of forcing a sexual act.
Foreigners suspected of rape offenses increased last year from the previous year from 180 to 240, says the National Police Board. Foreigners suspected of assaults rose from 3200 to 4000.I wonder who these "foreigners" are who are running around committing sexual assaults and rapes in Finland. Maybe they're Canadians. Or New Zealanders. Or Syrians and Iraqis and Afghans.