The Swedish police are under investigation for trying to minimize the number of sex assaults of women that actually occurred at a Stockholm music festival because of political correctness.
The sexual assaults at the We are Stockholm concert happened in August 2015 and 2014, but the facts are just emerging now, prompting a huge scandal in Sweden.
The police originally claimed that there were relatively few crimes at the event, which attracts about 200,000 teens each year.
The Dagens Nyheter news agency evidently gained access to certain police reports (that heretofore were kept out of the media and from the general public), which indicated that “The problem of younger men rubbing themselves on young girls in the sea of people has reappeared as in previous years…Despite the relatively small crowds, several girls were harassed by boys and men sexually molesting them under the cover of the crowd.”
— Dagens Nyheter (@dagensnyheter) January 11, 2016
According to an account in Radio Sweden, cops may have kept the situation under wraps because the young male suspects were migrants. “Some times we do not really say how things are because we believe it may play into the hands of the Sweden Democrats,” a police commander admitted in reference to a surging anti-immigration populist political party in his country.
“Sweden faces a backlash among many voters after a record 163,000 asylum seekers arrived last year, part of a wave of immigration that has seen the far-right Sweden Democrats become one of the country’s biggest political parties,” Reuters explained.
Conceding that law enforcement dropped the ball, the communications spokesman for the Stockholm police remarked that “These days, the level of discussion is very harsh, and it’s very aggressive when it comes to discussing the matter of refugees and foreigners. I think that all of us are very careful how we express ourselves.”
The national police commissioner and Sweden’s prime minister have vowed that the investigation will get to the bottom of the apparent police coverup. The PM deemed the revelations about what went down at the We are Stockholm festival a “double betrayal” of the victims because of the lack of prosecutions and the subsequent police coverup about the threats to public safety.
A government official acknowledged that “a ‘large part” of those detained were from Afghanistan, many carrying temporary ID-cards issued to asylum-seekers,” the Daily Mail reported.
"Refugees" from Afghanistan & Syria molested 90 Swedish women, newspaper covered it up. https://t.co/yv4o8w9iNd
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) January 10, 2016
As alluded to above, no one has as yet been charged for the alleged sexual molestations and groping, RT asserted. “Over the course of five days, 200 young males were removed from the premises under the Public Order Act. However, many of the crimes went unreported because victims did not see any officers in the vicinity, or they could no longer identify the whereabouts of the perpetrators due to the large crowds.”
A huge controversy has also emerged in Cologne, Germany, with after allegations of sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve in the central train station area. Police in the city are under fire after a group of more than 1,000 men was able to harass, assault, rob, and allegedly rape women who were out to celebrate the holiday, The Inquisitr previously reported. The city’s police chief wound up getting fired in the aftermath of the incident for insufficient law enforcement security in the area (and another possible politically correct coverup), which has resulted in 500-plus criminal complaints from female victims as of today.
The London Telegraph initially described the suspects as “large groups of single men ‘of Arab or North African appearance.'”
Germany admitted about one million migrants/refugees from Syria and other parts of the Middle East in the year 2015. Now under pressure for the open-door policy, German Chancellor Angela Merkel claims that her administration will seek to streamline deportations of criminals.
Wealthy Persian Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia and Kuwai have refused to take in any Syrian refugees. Amid a dispute over the adequacy of the vetting process, President Obama intends to accept at least 10,000 Syrian refugees, which he previously characterized as “widows and orphans.”
“German authorities have identified 31 people, including 18 asylum-seekers, as suspects in mob sex attacks and muggings in Cologne on New Year’s Eve,” CNN reported last week.
Reacting to the New Year’s Eve violence in Europe, Breitbart London Editor-in-Chief Raheem Kassam claimed that the “shocking attacks of this nature were not isolated to Cologne, but happened in ‘every major Germany city’ as well as in Switzerland, Sweden, Finland and France on that one night alone.”
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