You couldn't make this up. Two war criminals go free because the witnesses in Iraq prefer not to identify themselves for the fear of their lives. So the perpetrators were found to be not guilty. However, they cannot be sent back to Iraq because they would be killed for what they have done there. What is doublethink in 1984? Furthermore, for the seventeen months they spent in prison they are entitled to a compensation of over 100 Euros per day. That is over 50000 Euros for each!
"District Court of Pirkanmaa gave a ruling on Wednesday in a quite exceptional case. Two 24-year-old Iraqi twin brothers were on trial in Finland for eleven murders committed during the Camp Speicher massacre in Tikrit, Iraq.
... The twins came to Finland as asylum seekers and were arrested by the Finnish police based on tips received from other asylum seekers, who were terrified to see suspected Isis terrorist in the reception center.
Before the trial, the state of Iraq demanded the extradiction of the twins based on charges pressed against them in Iraq. Finland refused, as the twins might face the death penalty in Iraq."
Gullibility, one of the nature's unlimited resources.