Posts Tagged: drunk driving

Why isn’t anyone labeling Estonians?

If I belonged to a certain anti-immigration party in Finland, how would I use the following information to score brownie points with the voters: 700 out of 1,200 suspected drunk-driving cases in Finland are by Estonian nationals, according to tabloid Ilta-Sanomat. Even if such a high number of Estonians were caught driving under the influence

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Carnage in southern Spain

It was a quiet Saturday evening when a phone call awakes me from my rest at about 11pm. “A lot of Finns have died in Málaga [in southern Spain],” the journalist from a large Finnish magazine said. “Can you check what is going on and I’ll call you at noon [Sunday].” The first death count

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