Journalist (Finnish): «Imprisoned under probable causes?» SOT, Chief inspector Olli Poyras (Finnish): «Yes.» Journalist (Finnish): «Did he admit the attacks?» SOT, Chief inspector Olli Poyras (Finnish): «He has admitted to cause the deaths of these two persons and the other stabbings.» Journalist (Finnish): «Did he mention any motives?» SOT, Chief inspector Olli Poyras (Finnish)» «No, we... Еще haven’t yet talked about that.» The main suspect in the Turku stabbing, which left two people dead and a further eight wounded, admitted to the killings in a court hearing in the coastal city on Tuesday. Eighteen-year-old Abderrahman Mechkah pleaded guilty via a video link from his hospital bed in what has been described by Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila as the country's first terrorist attack. Other suspects also appeared in court with their faces covered. On Friday, Mechkah allegedly attacked pedestrians with a knife at Puutori market square. He was subsequently shot in the leg and later taken into custody. The police arrested a further four suspects in connection with the attack the same day.