Revealed: 'Hero' Swede Blocked Deportation Of Wife-Beating Child Abuser

Chris Menahan
Aug. 10, 2018

Left-wing Swedish activist Elin Ersson was hailed as a "hero" by the media last month for filming herself on Facebook Live "rescuing" an Afghan migrant by holding up a plane to prevent his deportation.

It turns out the man Ersson "saved" was convicted of beating his wife and children.

From CBN News:
The Afghan man who was "rescued" had served jail time for assaulting his wife and daughters, according to the Swedish news website, Fria Tider.

On July 23rd, Swedish activist Elin Ersson refused to take her seat on a flight until the Afghan man was removed from the plane. She said she had heard that among the passengers onboard was an Afghan man who was being deported and that he would be killed if he was sent back to his native Afghanistan.  
The video of Ersson's protest was watched by millions of people and was portrayed as an act of heroism. But Ersson later admitted she didn't know anything about the man.

The Afghan, who has not been identified, was convicted for beating his wife and children and served nine months in prison, according to Nyheter Idag, but this was reportedly not why he was deported.

He whipped his daughters with a cord and struck his wife so hard she fell to the floor, and then he reportedly grabbed her head and pounded it against the floor.
The media, which universally praised Errson's "heroic" actions, have all ignored this follow-up story.

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