This validates everything that I had posted on Sept 4, 2015 in an exclusive report by Stefan from Helsinki, 4 months ago.
Folks, the paltry number of just ’68’ people is but a mere tip of the iceberg, most had paid handlers for passage, food and connecting routes. Here’s an excerpt from Stefan’s report:
They (smugglers) tell them what to do, what not to do, what story to tell, where not to go, they inform them on all these matters. If by chance someone doesn’t want to stay in Germany, they want to go somewhere else, to go further, they have to pay an additional fee, which means he will go either to Denmark, Sweden or Finland.
He said that he came with his wife to Germany, but he didn’t like it, because it was too crowded so he wanted to go somewhere else. His handler, an Iranian with a Swedish passport said, ok, I have my car outside, I’ll drive you and your wife to Sweden. He ended up staying over at the house of yet another smuggler in Sweden, and after that, he complained that Sweden (refugee center) is too crowded as well, and was offered a trip to Finland. He was handed off to another smuggler in Finland and came here.
The TT was once again ahead of the fake media.
Authorities say that the network operates in a number of countries. The individuals smuggled into Finland were brought via Sweden, either by ship from Stockholm or by car through Tornio, paying large sums to the human smugglers. Four people are under arrest.
The 68 people brought into the country by the network between October 2014 and September 2015 have all filed for asylum. Investigators say that there are indications that more than 100 people were smuggled into Finland by the network, but not enough evidence has yet been gathered to confirm this.
Most of those smuggled into Finland came on a route from Austria, through Germany and Sweden.
The network investigated by the Finnish Border Guard was found to have cooperated with human smuggles in Iraq, Turkey and Greece.
Finnish authorities took six people into custody during the preliminary investigation, four of whom are still in custody. The case has now been turned over to the Helsinki which is considering formal charges against 18 suspects.