|February 21st, 2017||#1|
Sweden IS suffering from migrant crime wave says cop
Trump may have garbled the message but Sweden IS experiencing a migrant crime wave, according to cop accused of 'inciting racial hatred' after online rant about 'criminal immigrants'
Trump said on Saturday that something terrible had happened in Sweden
Many thought he'd invented a terrorist attack, but he said he was talking crime
On Feb 3, a veteran cop in the Swedish city of Orebro wrote a weary rant
He blamed 'criminal immigrants' from Muslim countries for most crimes there
The cop, Peter Springaire, said he was not blaming all immigrants or refugees
But he said officials were ignoring the issue of incompatible cultures mixing
Sweden accepted 650K asylum seekers 15 years, 163K in 2015 alone
Donald Trump's confusing remarks about immigration in Sweden at his Florida rally on Saturday may have a grain of truth in them after all.
Trump was initially thought to be talking about terrorism when he warned of 'what's happening last night in Sweden'.
But he later claimed he was talking about an edition of Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight about immigrant crime in the Scandinavian country.
And if the experiences of a veteran officer in the Swedish city of Orebro are any guide there is indeed problem there, Fox News has reported.
Trump was mocked widely for his Florida speech, in which he said: 'You look at what's happening in Germany, you look at what's happening last night in Sweden.
'Sweden. Who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They're having problems like they never thought possible.'
He later clarified on Twitter that he was denying 'fake news' claims that 'large scale immigration in Sweden is working out just beautifully.'
That's an opinion Peter Springaire - an investigator in Orebro's Serious Crimes Squad who says he has 47 years' experience on the force - might agree with, Fox News said.
On February 3, Springaire posted a rant against criminal immigrants that began 'I'm so f**king tired.'
Warning that his words were 'not politically correct,' he went on to list the crimes his team had faced that week.
They were five rapes, three counts of assault - including one against police - two drug offenses, multiple threats, extortion and attempted murder.
Then he offered a list of 'suspected perpetrators': 'Ali Mohamad Mahmod, Mohammed, Mohammed Ali, again, again, again...
'Christoffer ... huh, it is true. Yes a Swedish name crept into the outskirts of a drug offense, Mohammed Mahmod Ali, again and again.'
Springaire said with the exception of the lone Swede, those criminals either had no documentation or came from a series of Islam-majority countries, naming Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia.
'Now we are only talking about Orebro,' he added. 'And these crimes occupy our investigative capacity to 100%. This is how it looks and has looked for the last 10-15 years.'
Sweden has taken in 650,000 asylum-seekers in the past 15 years, 163,000 of whom entered in 2015 alone, according to The Spectator.
Of that figure, 35,000 were 'unaccompanied children' - but anyone can be classed as a child if they look young enough, as proof of age is only asked for if they are 'obviously' older than their stated age.
The Spectator spoke to a number of immigrants who claimed to be younger than they are to minimize risk of deportation.
pringaire's post landed the officer - who says he is to retire shortly - in hot water as he was briefly investigated for incitement to racial hatred.
The next day he expanded on his thoughts, saying that he was 'for immigration and the reception of asylum seekers in an orderly and structured manner.'
However, he said, he was concerned about a wave of immigrant criminals entering the country and overwhelming the justice system.
He asked 'why no one wants to see the obvious about immigrant crime and the introduction of a completely different human and legal values of immigrant criminals,' and demanded empirical resear
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