Intimidating police officer
“That’s, in a nutshell, how a nation commits suicide,” writes Robert Spencer in a post about Sweden at Jihad Watch.
In January of this year, two Afghan migrants were arrested in connection with a three-hour rape of a 30-year-old Swedish woman in her apartment, while they live-streamed the gang-rape on Facebook.
The men made off with a large amount of money from the women’s home, including cash and many valuables, according to the report.
The fresh reports of knife and rock attacks on police come on the heels of reports of hundreds of women being molested, groped and sexually assaulted by male migrants at the famous Bråvalla Music Festival in Sweden.
The men, ages 18 and 20, were arrested in Uppsala after Facebook users alerted police to the relentless attack, The Local reported.
A third man, a 24-year-old Swedish citizen, was held for allegedly failing to reveal the rape, according to court documents obtained by The Local.
Malmö has a famous “no go zone” populated by Muslim migrants from the Middle East and Africa and this toxic environment of the country’s own making has resulted in on-again, off-again rioting since 2009.
In the latest horrific report, a gang of youths broke into a 95-year-old woman’s apartment in the middle of the night on Friday, Sept.
“This is the second attempt by a police officer within a matter of hours.” The so-called “child,” described as being age 17, snuck up from behind, completely unprovoked, and stabbed the police officer while he was on patrol during a political rally that turned chaotic.
This was the second assassination attempt on a police in Sweden within a matter of hours.
During the previous night, a police squad car was exposed to brutal rock-throwing attack in the Årsta area of southern Stockholm.
The injured officer was taken to Karolinska Hospital, where he was treated and released.
Police announced a preliminary investigation of assassination attempts was underway and the area was on lockdown, with the metro stop at Medborgarplatsen canceled, as well as bus stops.
An angry crowd gathered, some recording with smartphones.