A couple traveled to Berlin on a Finnair flight Thursday. The passenger that witnessed a forced deportation on the flight wrote about it on her Facebook wall. Helsinki police chief inspector, Liisa Lintuluoto, denied in MTV3 that anything of the sort had happened on the flight.
Writes the woman who saw the asylum seeker on the flight:
“On Fnnair flight AY1433 from Helsinki to Berlin there was a person who was being deported. There were two men sitting beside the man in the last row of the plane. His hands were bound with a cable tie. The man had blood coming from a wound in his head that was treated in a rudimentary manner. The man was shaking and looked into my eyes and said, ‘Please help me!’ After this, his mouth was taped and his head was placed between the knees, which was how he was detained. The police who accompanied him made it impossible to communicate with the person, who was suffering greatly.
Every person is entitled to being treated in a respectful manner with his human rights irrespective of the situation.
I will never forget that person’s suffering eyes and his pleas for help.”
The original posting on Facebook.
Migrant Tales knows one of the persons who saw what happened on the Finnair flight to Berlin.
Who do I believe?
The denials of the police in MTV3 are revealing. It’s what they don’t say that incriminates them.
Another culprit is Finnair. It is the national carrier of a country that is criticized by Amnesty International for its human rights violations of asylum seekers.
I will boycott Finnair, and I hope you do the same.