Translated from Den Korte Avis:
Jacob Ekström is a policeman. He is tired of keeping silent about the terrible knowledge he has about developments in Sweden.
Large residential areas are developing into enclaves where the authorities are sidelined. These areas are controlled by large family clans that have formed gangs committing extensive crime.…
On Monday night, there were gunfights between several gangs in the immigrant ghetto Rosengård in Malmö. 25 were arrested.
“We are losing our grip. The last bank moved away from that area after a rocket was shot into it. The pharmacy was robbed so many times that it eventually closed. The insurance company has moved. There are stones thrown at the police, ambulances and firemen several times a month. It is not even a novelty.”
So says Jacob Ekström about the suburbs of Stockholm, where he is police commander.
“They are no-go-areas”, he says about the areas in which a lone police car does not stand a chance.
Last summer, the National Police spoke out. They wrote in a report that there are 55 such areas in 22 cities in Sweden.
In these areas, there is serious violence, crime, and extortion gangs, as well as attacks on police, firemen and journalists.…
“It’s remarkable that there are areas in Sweden where Swedish law no longer applies,” says researcher Lars Korsell in an article.
He says that the gangs emerged in the early or mid-1990s. They were typically formed by immigrants from the former Yugoslavia, Iran, Iraq or Lebanon.
Posted by Women Against Shariah on Tuesday, August 11, 2015
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