Voice Of Europe
September 27, 2019
A new report circulating in Swedish media has revealed that the overwhelming majority of shooting suspects in the multicultural city of Malmö, Sweden have migrant backgrounds.
The newspaper Sydsvenskan conducted a survey where they examined the cases of 20 young men between the ages of 20 and 28 who are believed to have planned a shooting, carried out a shooting personally, or who participated in a shooting which resulted in a fatality between the 2015 and 2019, Expressen reports.
Together, the men have been convicted of a total of 180 crimes – everything from traffic violations to robberies, beatings, and murders.
Of the men who were examined in the survey, 17 of the 20 are said to have Swedish citizenship, while 14 of 20 of them were born to migrant parents who had come from the Middle East, Africa, or elsewhere. All but two of the men are reported to have grown up and lived in ‘vulnerable areas’ – a polite term for what are often referred to as no-go zones.
Half of the men’s parents had been convicted of various crimes which included drug crimes, smuggling, while others came from more stable and economic backgrounds.
This article was posted: Friday, September 27, 2019 at 5:50 am