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Lars Vilks, the Swedish caricaturist who is hunted by terrorists visits Finland on April 14 2015. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

The police swarmed everywhere when Lars Vilks, 68, the Swedish caricaturists, who drew Phophet Muhammad’s head into a dog’s body, visited Finland on Tuesday afternoon at Kaivohuone in Helsinki.

We asked Mr. Vilks a few tough questions in the name of free speech.


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