Ex-head of drug squads Helsinki will get ten years in prison for drug trafficking
The former head of the anti-narcotics unit of the police in the Finnish capital city of Helsinki, was Thursday sentenced to ten years in prison for drug trafficking, misconduct and other offences, including cheating with evidence.
The district court in Helsinki found the man guilty of organising the smuggling of about nine hundred pounds of hash from Holland to Finland. Also, he would his colleagues have retained to examine the case.
According to the judge abused the man are function merciless and sapped, he to the public confidence in the police. He was at the end of september, sentenced to three years in prison for fraud and bribery in the purchase of surveillanceapparatuur.
Such cases are rare in Finland, where the public sector is by anticorruptiewaakhond Transparency International’s invariably is known as the second least corrupt in the world, after Denmark.