Sweden: Grenade Thrown at Police Station in Katrineholm on NYEChris Menahan
Jan. 03, 2017
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Swedish police believe a hand grenade was thrown at a police station in Katrineholm on New Year's Eve.
The alleged grenade attack appears to have only merited one mention in the Swedish press.
From The Local, "Swedish police brave rockets, grenade and axeman on NYE":
Swedish police faced a hand grenade attack, youths firing rockets and throwing powerful bangers at them, and an axe attacker in an unusually busy New Year’s Eve.Ignored in this report is that all these crimes were obviously committed by migrants.
You can see a sampling of the fireworks attacks in the video above, it's clear from the footage the perpetrators are all migrants.
In the city of Örebro, youth fired rockets at police and at apartment buildings, with five minors seized by police and taken home to their parents. One of the fireworks sailed through a window and exploded in someone’s kitchen.Such grenade attacks are now common place in one peaceful Sweden as criminal migrant gangs have taken over huge swaths of the country and deal with opponents just as they do in the Middle East. Over 150 such attacks happened in 2015. An 8-year-old boy was killed in August last year after a grenade was thrown into his home by a criminal gang.
While Sweden used to be defined by its blondes, IKEA and meatballs, since being "culturally enriched" the country is now known for being the rape capital of the West where cars are burned nightly and grenades are thrown into residential homes every other day.
On the bright side, they no doubt have plenty of new ethnic food restaurants.
One might say it's a trade off.
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