Had this story not been a FACT, people would believe that it was a crazy conspiracy theory
It is not the murder itself that is hard to believe (people sadly get murdered every year) but the actions of the corrupt Finnish Police and other authorities afterwards. By reading this story, it is clear that if the authorities decide to destroy the life of an innocent human being, they might very well get away with it, especially thanks to great support from mainstream media. Never trust mainstream media!
“Anneli Auer lost her husband, three of her children, her reputation, her freedom, her savings, her business, her home and belongings during this process, whereas the prosecutors had unlimited resources and taxpayer’s millions to spend in their mission to win the case.”
Anneli’s frantic 9-year-old daughter can be heard in the film below when she had just witnessed an intruder stabbing her own father, but the Finnish police ignored her statements and charged her for murder (and sexual abuse of her siblings) together with her mother! If Anneli had planned the murder, was it really necessary to also stab herself in the lung? And how could she rearrange the murder scene and clean up stuff within minutes?
Five years after the murder (2011) the three youngest children (living with Anneli’s brother) suddenly remembered loads of horrific stories about their mother, and the Police accepted everything as a fact:
“During the new murder trial in Pori in 2013, it was revealed that Anneli’s unemployed brother was receiving about € 9000 /month to look after her youngest children. He had purchased a €150 000 luxury cruiser, and a €50 000 car just before Anneli was acquitted by the Appeals Court back in 2011. He took the children to the sea to avoid letting Anneli to see them. During their long sea trip, he and his wife video recorded the children telling horror stories how their mother had murdered their dad together with their sister. The children used notes whilst telling their stories.”Anneli’s brother and his wife have estranged the fearful youngest children from their older sister, their mother, their grandmother and grandfather, and every relative. The children have no contact with anyone from their past.”
Among other things the children claimed they had been raped by their mother and her ex-boyfriend. The two were therefore arrested and convicted for very long sentences, despite that the children’s horror stories were expressed in secret trials behind closed doors. (Reminds one of the trials of the Åbo terror attack.)
Even though the Finnish authorities had already destroyed this family, they continued harming them by placing an undercover officer in their home, who pretended to be in love with Anneli. The children became used to their mother’s new boyfriend.
“All initial suspects were let go, as their DNA did not match with the one found at the murder scene. Seven years after the murder the police revealed that they had contaminated the sample in their laboratory, the DNA belonged to one of their workers. Still, they would not reopen the investigation into the original suspects.”
This case has cost the Finnish tax payers millions of euros.