The daily Helsingin Sanomat reported Wednesday that an ongoing investigation into the country's first-ever terrorism case has turned up evidence of human trafficking.
"A plan was prepared to transport people abroad without their knowledge of the real purpose of the journey. There is reason to suspect that they would have been taken to a training camp. The preparations targeted individuals residing in Finland. We are currently investigating the matter," said the head of the investigation, Kaj Björkqvist.