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.Vol IX .#14 April 6,
Page 17, AMERICAN FREE PRESS * April 6, 2009 * Issue 14 NATIONALIST NEWS

Federal Goons Hate
Henrik; Go After Him

William B. Fox

William B. Fox

Evidence continues to mount that the arrest on March 9th of Finnish asylum seeker Esa Henrik Holappa near Pittsburgh, Pa. by Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) police was politically motivated. A visitor to see Holappa at the Buffalo, NY detention center on March 16th reports that Holappa was kept in solitary confinement, denied access to books, and blocked from phoning individuals considered “white nationalists.”
ICE officials still have not publicly released charges. However, a volunteer attorney verified that they are political. The attorney also filed papers on March 20th to prevent Holappa’s venue from being changed from Pennsylvania to NewYork, which could have made it easier for the government to deport him back to Finland.
According to the visitor, ICE officials stated to Holappa “‘We know you are a white supremacist,’ They asked questions like, ‘How would you view an Obama assassination? How do you feel about racemixing and the Holocaust?’”
Holappa claimed that ICE officials told him after he was arrested that his charges involved his political connection with white activists and “radical” publications.
In his affidavit filed with his asylum application in Oct 2008, Holappa feared that he could face up to 4.5 years of imprisonment in Finland for speech considered legal in America. After Holappa mentioned that the culprits of gang rapes upon Finnish girls were black Africans in a statement on the Internet, local police condemned him for “inciting racial hatred” and “defaming the honor of the African community.”


William Fox is publisher of, which carries ebooks by today’s great patriots. Please refer to the web page at for more information, to include contact information to donate to Mr. Holappa’s defense.


(Issue #14, April 6, 2009, AMERICAN FREE PRESS)

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