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NATO’s information expert Jessikka Aro turned out to be a convicted drug dealer

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Päivitetty: helmikuu 25, 2016
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This week the Finnish journal “MV-lehti” published court documents proving that Finnish state broadcasting company YLE’s investigative journalist and an expert in strategic communication issues for NATO and EU institutions, Ms. Jessikka Aro, is a convicted drug dealer and has been a daily user of injected amphetamine for years.

Her employer, Finnish state broadcasting company YLE, refused to produce evidence whether Ms. Aro has put an end to her drug use.

Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro.

Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro.

Court documents from the Finnish city court of Hyvinkää show that Ms.Jessikka Henni Maria Aro, born in 1980, was convicted of dealing of extreme dangerous illegal drugs and long-lasting daily-injected amphetamine usage, which lasted for at least a year.

The Finnish prosecutor demanded a prison term for Ms. Aro, but as a result she was only fined on the basis that she allegedly did try to get out of illegal drugs.

Court document

A Finnish court document showing that Ms. Jessikka Aro is convicted for long-lasting usage and dealing of extremely dangerous illegal drugs.

During her arrest, the police confiscated from Ms. Aro a syringe filled with amphetamine in her bag.

According to the court documents, Ms. Aro was obtaining random treatment, but did continue to use drugs. She was convicted together with a gang consisting of five persons, all of Finnish nationals.

However, during the sentencing, the court did not quite believe that Ms. Aro had get rid of drugs.

Court document

Finnish prosecutor document showing Ms. Aro has used injected amphetamine on daily basis for more than a year and police confiscated a syringe filled with amphetamine from her bag.

The journal points out that long-lasting daily usage of injected amphetamine causes serious damages for both physical and mental health.

Ms. Jessikka Aro is an investigative journalist, who has co-operated with NATO COE’s in Latvia and Estonia and with EU StratCom East Task Force and European External Action Service in Brussels. She has visited Brussels and Tallinn on regular basis, and is expected to hold a talk as a stratcom expert in Wilfried Martens Centre panel in Brussels 29 February 2016.

She is closely co-operating with such Baltic investigative journalists as Inga Springe and Olga Dragileva and with Danish diplomat Jon Kyst. Last month the NATO StratCom COE in Riga published a study titled “Internet Trolling“, based on materials compiled by Ms. Jessikka Aro.

The close circle of Ms. Jessikka Aro reported that she was in bad physical condition and used to inject drugs after which she went to techno parties.

According to her Facebook, Ms. Aro lives partly in Bangkok, where she was seen participating in techno raves last time in January 2016.

Ms. Jessikka Aro photographed partying in techno raves at Bangkok in January 2016.

Ms. Jessikka Aro photographed partying in techno raves at Bangkok in January 2016.

Bangkok

Bangkok

Raves at Bangkok 2016

Raves at Bangkok 2016

During the past two years, Ms. Aro and her strange reports have been an issue of heated debate in Finland.

Ms. Aro is considered as a pro-NATO extremist, who labels all Finns, who do not support USA or NATO, as “Putin’s trolls” and claims she is persecuted by Putin.

Ms. Aro also raised attention when she claimed she received an SMS from her dead father, and faced other kinds of suspicious persecution.

Ms. Jessikka Aro photographed on United States territory.

Ms. Jessikka Aro photographed on United States territory.

Director of Finnish state broadcasting company YLE Mrs. Marjo Ahonen commented yesterday, that Ms. Aro’s drug convictions appeared before she was employed by YLE, thus not being issue for her employer.

However, the Finnish audience was surprised the YLE did not take any stance towards long-lasting injected usage and dealing of extremely dangerous illegal drugs.

It seems on the contrary, YLE supports drug use. Ms. Aro herself never informed her employer YLE about her drug convictions.

Marjo Ahonen, director of Finnish YLE broadcasting company

Marjo Ahonen, director of Finnish YLE broadcasting company

The most surprising fact is that during her career at YLE, Ms. Aro used to write positive stories and even kind of advertisements about illegal drugs.

For example, in May 2014, she published a story about blossoming drug trade in Tor-network, and informed of certain sites which offer services for drug trade.

A news report written by Jessikka Aro for the YLE, promoting illegal drugs.

A news report written by Jessikka Aro for the YLE, promoting illegal drugs.

During the debate around the scandal, the Finnish audience reminded thatYLE is very much engaged in digging up even smallest crime from somebody’s past, but not ready to anything regarding the most serious criminal past of their own employees.

Moreover, Ms. Aro herself is actively labelling and accusing innocent Finnish citizens of being paid Russian propagandists.

Ms. Aro herself refused to give any comments on the drug issue.

“I have cried for the whole day”, was everything she wrote on the issue in Facebook, although earlier she used to write long personal stories. Some people think she is trying to hide the actual situation with her drug problem.

However, her sister Ms. Pipsa Aro admitted in Facebook: “My sister Jessikka was a drug user, strictly saying, amphetamine user”.

Ms. Pipsa Aro claimed her sister has got rid of illegal drugs, but Ms. Jessikka Aro herself refused to shed any light on the issue.

Finnish broadcasting company YLE is facing a dead-end with the drug convictions of Ms. Jessikka Aro.

Every day Ms. Aro continues to work for the company, its reputation suffers significantly, while “MV-lehti” is publishing more information and documents on Ms. Jessikka Aro’s convictions as a drug dealer.

On the other hand, if she is fired, YLE will become a target of serious criticism by pro-NATO and feminist media. The ideal case would be that Ms. Aro resigned herself.

“MV-lehti” will now investigate even deeper whether some NATO-reports compiled partly by Jessikka Aro are in fact made under influence of illegal drugs.

The odd thing is that many male journalists have been fired from YLE for minor reasons, for example, journalist of English-language news Kimmo Wilska was fired after 25 years as an YLE journalist, after he showed an empty beer bottle in a live broadcast for less than a second.

Mr. Kimmo Wilska

Mr. Kimmo Wilska

Source: –Ilja J/MV

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