Sweden: Police Suspect Grenade Used in Recent Attack

Chris Menahan
Feb. 24, 2017

Swedish police believe a hand grenade was used in a recent attack in Tappgaten, Sodertalje where half of residents are migrants and "refugees" from Syria and Iraq.

From SVT.se (translated with Google):
It was probably a hand grenade that detonated on Tappgaten two weeks ago. It says prosecutor Marcus Ekman Lanstidningen.

Windows were smashed and the facade were injured when a powerful explosion occurred in Sodertalje, late Monday on 13 February.

- We suspect that in the case of a hand grenade, police techniques have made findings on this location to indicate that it is a hand grenade, engineers have found shrapnel, said prosecutor Marcus Ekman to lt.se.
SVT reports no arrests were made in connection with the attack and noted that hand grenade attacks are becoming "much more common."

Swedish police discovered a hand grenade at a public park in migrant-populated Malmo just days ago.

Speisa reports at least 150 cars were set on fire in Sodertalje in 2016.

While Trump was attacked last week for suggesting Sweden was becoming a hellhole, the truth is he was absolutely right.

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