Swedish Journalist Who Worked To Demystify No-Go Zones Gets Shot In No-Go ZoneChris Menahan
Sep. 22, 2017
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A former journalist who worked for the Swedish publicly funded broadcaster SVT has been shot in the Stockholm suburb of Tensta, known as one of the country's most notorious no-go zones.
"He is not just a former employee, but a friend as well," Åkerlund said. When asked if he thought the shooting might have anything to do with the work the 29-year-old was doing or had done for the broadcaster he said: "We do not see any connection at this time."This reminds me of the famous story of a liberal Italian woman named Pippa Bacca who set out on a "trip for peace" through the Middle East intending to hitchhike from Italy to Israel to show the goodness of all people.
She was raped by multiple people and strangled to death by a cab driver as soon as she arrived in Turkey, which was the first Muslim country along her path.
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