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Sweden: Police attend to burning cars, get stoned by “young people” for their troubles

  • By: Vincent van den Born
  • At 23:45 on July 10, Police were called to two cars set on fire in the Bredäng suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. According to Carina Andersson, the duty officer for the Stockholm police region, when the police arrived at the fires:

    “There were quite a few young people there who threw stones. But no police officer was hit and no one was injured.”

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    Swedish soldier (from Sri Lanka) prevents Gang-Rape of Christian refugee; gets fired after critical Facebook post

  • By: Frank Kasteel
  • The Swedish Armed Forces have fired a man who prevented a sex attack by a group of asylum seekers targeting a Christian female refugee. Following the attempted gang rape in an asylum centre, the soldier – named Erik – ventilated critical ideas on immigration on Facebook that led to his discharge from the army this May. According to the Military Disciplinary Staff, the 40-year-old “had expressed opinions that are in direct conflict with the Armed Forces’ mission and values.”
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    Sweden: Afghan migrant videotapes gang rape, sentenced to juvenile detention and 10-year expulsion

  • By: Frank Kasteel
  • A 17-year-old Afghan asylum seeker in Sweden has yesterday been convicted to ten months in juvenile detention plus temporary deportation for gang raping a mildly mentally challenged girl with a 14-year-old accomplice, during mid-January in Arlöv, near the city of Malmö. The victim, who is below the age of eighteen, was also filmed and threatened by the two assailants.
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    Swedish migrant gang-rape: Court can’t establish which suspect did what. So they all walk free, avoiding deportation

  • By: Vincent van den Born
  • Because it is unclear exactly which suspect did what, reasoned the Court of Appeal, none of the men ought to have been convicted and all three of them “should therefore have been acquitted of all charges” as the Court deliberated. So out went the four-year prison sentences and the deportation order.
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    Sweden: Leaked police report lists eight new No-Go Areas, now 23 in total

  • By: Frank Kasteel
  • The number of vulnerable areas in Sweden has increased by eight – up from 15 two years ago, which means a rise of more than 50 percent. Despite greater resources, Swedish law enforcement agencies are unable to halt the spreading of gangs, extremism, and lawlessness in many new urban districts, turning them into virtual no-go zones.
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