Sweden: Leaked Crime Statistics Show 82% of Gang Rapes by Migrants

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Swedish newspaper Friatider is being sued for publishing statistics that were leaked from a judicial website but kept secret from the public. The stats from 2004 through 2014 show that 45% of people sent to prison for crime were foreign born, 82% of people sent to prison for gang-rape were foreign born, and 70% of those sentenced to a 9-year prison sentence were foreign born.  The investigation also reveals that the direct costs of immigrants’ crime is more than $2.4 billion US dollars per year.  ​[Authorities seem much more concerned about the release of the statistics than they are about the statistics themselves. That is because they care more about the goal of building a global system without national boundaries – which means without nations – than they care about those who elect them to office and pay their salaries.] -GEG

Swedish newspaper Friatider says a large amount of data from the Criminal Data System was secretly provided to a far-right nationalist group called “Nordfront”. Together with sex crime website “Gang Rape Sweden” they decided to publish the leaked judicial database on Friday.

The leaked data discloses: Decision date, name, social security number, court, destination number, date of judgment, period of imprisonment, region and place of investigation for the prosecution of suspects.

Files of 168,000 sentences that were given between 10 May 2004 and 8 January 2015 were published. Of the 83,656 individuals involved, 37,735 (or 45 per cent) were foreign born, Nordfront writes. Of the people sentenced to 9 and 10 years in prison, 70 per cent and 68.8 per cent were foreign born.

Among gang rape cases, 118 of the perpetrators, or 82 per cent, are immigrants. The overrepresentation for immigrants is 18.2. The investigation also claims that the direct costs of immigrants’ crime is well above SEK 20 billion (2 billion euros) a year.

According to Swedish journalist Peter Imanuelsen the data is probably reliable:

“I’m very certain it is legit. See the article on Friatider. Since they are being sued for publishing this info, it must mean it is correct.”

The Swedish police are certainly not happy with the data transparency. According to them it is a serious breach of the Personal Data Act (PUL).

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