Inspector Cluesoe or Clueless?

Detective Inspector Erik Salonsaari from the small town of Pori is the third investigating officer in charge of the endlessly ongoing Ulvila murder case, and now also in the fictitious child sex abuse investigations. Apparently Erik Salonsaari wears high heels to look taller…


Erik SalonsaariErik Salonsaari in a TV interview

Inspector Clouseau (or Clusoe in England)

“Clouseau is a bumbling and incompetent police detective in the French Sûreté, whose investigations are marked with chaos and destruction that he himself largely causes. His clumsy attempts at solving a case frequently lead to misfortune for himself and others; in the 1976 film The Pink Panther Strikes Again, he cannot even interview witnesses to a crime without falling down stairs, getting his hand caught in a medieval knight‘s gauntlet and then a vase, knocking a witness senseless (and voiceless), destroying a priceless piano, or accidentally shooting another officer in the backside. Clouseau is also not particularly intelligent, and will frequently follow a completely idiotic theory of the crime, solving the case only by accident. His incompetence, clumsiness and stupidity, the fact that he is usually right, and his ability to always survive perilous situations are enough to eventually transform his direct superior (former Chief Inspector Dreyfus) into a homicidal psychopath – to such a degree that Dreyfus even goes so far as to construct a doomsday device and threatens to destroy the world in a desperate attempt to kill Clouseau.”

SOURCE: Wikipedia. Clicking on the picture will open the page.

Inspector Jacques Clouseau

It would be very funny if it wasn’t so very true…Inspector Salonsaari is responsible for having two innocent people behind bars, and their lives and families destroyed. There is no excuse for incompetence in his position. Inspector Salonsaari is also responsible for the demonisation of the accused in the press. Their reputations are in tatters for life.

See Anneli Auer blog category; in English.

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ULVILA MURDER VICTIM, and a few questions that will never be answered?

Ulvila murder victim was 51-year-old Jukka Lahti who was a social psychologist and farther of four children. Jukka Lahti worked for Luvata Ltd in Pori, where he was responsible for supporting workers who were facing the sack. Luvata Ltd is a company that produces copper and other metal parts. Jukka Lahti had received death threats for several months, and the first investigating officer in the case, Juha Joutsenlahti, thought that the murder was about revenge.

Ulvila home and victim Jukka Lahti RIP

Ulvila family home, and victim Jukka Lahti R.I.P









The victim’s wife, Anneli Auer, claimed that a masked outside assailant stabbed her husband several times. She had also received a stab wound through her breast while trying to fight off the assailant. She then ran off to the telephone in their kitchen to make an emergency call. Her eldest daughter, then nine, woke up and was left to attend the phone, while mum was asked to check whether the intruder was still in the house.

If the murder was about revenge, what was it about? Had someone lost their job, and then possibly their home, and their wife? Did someone hold Jukka Lahti responsible for their own personal misfortunes?

Had Jukka Lahti offended someone in the sleepy Ulvila suburb? Jukka Lahti was known to be a straight talking man. He was also known to be sceptical about the existence of God. Had he offended someone’s religious sentiments? Ulvila is near Pori in Satakunta province West of Finland, which has a long history with religious movements like Laestadianism and Pentecostalism.

Did Jukka Lahti know something he had to be silenced for? Had someone told him sensitive information? Was the murder done by a hit man? Why didn’t the murderer say anything, was he perhaps a foreigner, or didn’t he want to be identified from his voice?

It turned out that Jukka Lahti had called several times Porvoo police department, hundreds of kilometres from Pori, only weeks before his death. Someone in that police department had looked into Jukka’s information on their database. No one in the Porvoo police seems to know why Jukka Lahti had contacted them, and who had accessed his data and why? Who was that information passed on to? What were these phone calls all about?

Finally, who killed Jukka Lahti and why? It was not his wife Anneli Auer, that I am sure of. She was acquitted by the Appeals Court in July 2011, and the so called new evidence the prosecutors have, is just ridiculous.