A Finnish highbrow during a University of Copenhagen has been given a 5 month jail judgment in Denmark for team-work with Russian tip services, a Copenhagen Post said.
Timo Kivimäki, 49, a highbrow of general politics during a University of Copenhagen, did not design to be found guilty underneath a ‘mild’ anti-spy legislation.
”I was awaiting to be let off,” Kivimäki told Ekstra Bladet following a sealed trial. “[The domestic comprehension agency] PET alleges that a diplomats we was in hold with were spies. we only suspicion they were typical diplomats.”
According to a press recover from a city justice in Glostrup, Kivimäki was found guilty of handing over documents, including a CVs of 4 employees during a Center for Military Studies in Copenhagen, to Russian diplomats during his meetings with them between 2002 and 2010.
Kivimäki was also found guilty of attempting to palm over a list of tyro names, along with a CV of a conduct of a Center for Military Studies. He was found with these papers in his possession when he was arrested in Sep 2010.
Several Russian diplomats left Denmark after a start of a view case. PET pronounced Kivimäki perceived about 21,500 euros for his information. Kivimäki was vicious of a self-assurance and questioned PET’s agenda.
“The justice has believed PET’s paranoia,” Kivimäki told Ekstra Bladet. “The comprehension group wants a race to trust that a nation is full of spies and terrorists so PET can get some-more resources.”