It’s a bogus conviction, Sebation correctly observed in his Facebook post that what all the terrorists he was referring to had one thing in common, they all worshipped Allah…
Sebastian Tynkkynen, MP, will appeal his ruling
Tynkkynen’s letter of dissatisfaction arrived at the District Court on Monday this week.
A statement of stubborn dissatisfaction arrived at the district court on Monday this week. In practice, a dissatisfaction notice provides for the possibility of an actual appeal against the judgment. The Facebook update that led to the ruling dealt with Islam and terrorism. The Facebook update contained pictures of the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks. The caption written by Tynkkynen says, among other things, “they have one thing in common: they all serve Allah.” Stubby denied having committed any crime.