President Trump has come under fire for comments he made regarding Sweden’s difficulties after accepting more than 150,000 asylum-seekers in 2015 alone.
The President clarified that he was referencing a Tucker Carlson Tonight special that covered immigrant crime rates in Sweden.
He said in his speech:
‘Sweden. Who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re having problems like they never thought possible.’
And according to 47-year veteran of Orebro’s Serious Crimes Squad Peter Springaire, there could be truth to the story here.
Check it out (via Daily Mail):
On February 3, Springaire posted a rant against criminal immigrants…
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.
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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.’
He posted the following day, clarifying that while he supports systematic immigration practices, he is concerned by the influx of immigrant criminals and their flooding the justice system.