Dead birds and multiple crosses: This is what happens when Russian intelligence harasses you in Helsinki, a Finnish web activist claims - Sunnuntai | HS.fi
Mikael Storsjö in Suomenlinna in August 2015.

Dead birds and multiple crosses: This is what happens when Russian intelligence harasses you in Helsinki, a Finnish web activist claims

Web freedom activist and helper of Chechen refugees, Mikael Storsjö, claims that the Russian intelligence agency, FSB, harassed his home in Helsinki for years. Could that be true? Text: The television twinkled in the dark living room. The TV series Deadliest Catch ended at ten past two in the morning.

23.8.2015 17:35

Translated by Jaqueline Lavitt

The television twinkled in the dark living room. The TV series Deadliest Catch ended at ten past two in the morning. That's when Mikael Storsjö went to sleep at his home on the Finnish fortress island of Suomenlinna on the coast of the capital city, Helsinki.

It was November 17, 2011.

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