Well Linked: Terror mouthpiece publisher acquitted in Finland

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A court in Finland has acquitted the publisher of a Helsinki-based website that's linked to Chechen terrorists. Mikael Stoorshe was accused of smuggling Chechens into the country. Stoorshe is the chairman of a Finnish organisation called 'Pro Caucasus' that's behind the notorious 'Kavkaz Centre' website. It's a known mouthpiece for al-Qaeda-linked terrorist leader Doku Umarov, who is on the most-wanted list in both Russia and the US. Stoorshe's trial didn't include any of his suspected links to international terrorism. However, when Finnish pastor Yuha Molari recently tried to draw attention to the Chechen extremism, he found himself prosecuted and defrocked by the authorities. For more RT talks to Johan Backman, who's a human rights activist and the chairman of the Finnish-Caucasus Friendship Society.
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