Monday, 9 March 2009
PITTSBURGH, PA — Henri Holappa, a young Finnish Nationalist who has been living quietly in this country for the past eight months, was seized by immigration authorities on a small country road outside Pittsburgh at 11:30 this morning.
Although he was in the United States legally and had violated none of its laws unlike millions of illegal immigrant residing in the U.S. — Holappa was treated like a common criminal, handcuffed, leg-chained and driven off to jail.
Holappa had been scheduled for a hearing on his application for political asylum on July 21. He was facing prosecution for violating Political Correctness laws in his native Finland and thought he would be allowed to enjoy America's celebrated freedom.