Thursday, November 8, 2018

Sweden: Two Afghans Accused of Rape

Hat tip Fria Tider

Here is yet another Afghan "success story" from Sweden, the rape capital of Europe. Two young men, apparently both Afghans, are charged with raping and threatening to kill a 15-year-old girl in Stockholm. Translation from the Swedish by Fousesquawk.

Attack supposedly occurred by the Central Bridge in Stockholm

Afghans Rape 25-year-old girl- threatened to kill her

Interior: Two immigrants are charged with aggravated rape of a 15-year-old girl under the Central Bridge in Stockholm earlier this year. The prosecutor is also instituting deportation proceedings against the men, who require a Dari (language) interpreter.

It was on September 2, 2018 under an onramp to the Central Bridge between Stadhusbrun and Klarabergsviadukten in Stockholm that a 15-year-old girl is believed to have been raped by two immigrants.

The one suspect is believed to be born in 2001 and is a citizen of Afghanistan. The other has an unknown age and information as to his citizenship is missing. Both, however, require interpreters in Dari.

Regarding the other person's age, the prosecutor has requested assessment by the National Medical Board though "bone image analysis according to the district court decision on body inspection."

According to the complaint, which Fria Tider has obtained, the men even threatened to kill or injure the girl.

The elements (of the crime) should be considered aggravated in view of (the victim's) age and because more than one person attacked (the victim), according to the complaint. The prosecutor, who in turn, calls it an outrageous rape, also points out that the abuse was carried out in an exposed, water-borne and urban space characterized by concrete and traffic routes from which the plaintiff could hardly escape and that the girl hyper-ventilated, cried and was shaking.

The prosecutor also demands expulsion from Sweden for life and that the two immigrants be completely forbidden to return here.

"It is important that at least two interpreters in Dari be on  hand and be posted immediately with regard to the current lack of interpretation", is stated in the district court document.

The accused acknowledge parts of the course of events but deny any crimes.

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