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STOCKHOLM Daily News puts tonight blame on the police authority for the magazine last summer not reported sexövergreppen in Kungsträdgården in connection with the youth festival "We are Sthlm". But the officer who then had contact with the DN does not give much for the newspaper's explanation. - It's bull#, he says.
We call him Lars. Lars is a police inspector and has for many years worked at the Stockholm police. He wishes to remain anonymous "because my government is as it is," he told News Today.
Lars has extensive experience working as a police officer at festivals in Stockholm and was already submerged the festival days in the 90s.
- I am familiar with the rise and development of this had, he says apropos sexbrotten and mess during festivals.
In August last year, Lars was one of the many police officers who were there and worked during the festival "We are Sthlm". He was one of those who intervened against the unaccompanied refugee children in the group went on and molested numerous young girls.
- I was there several evenings. I apprehended people and arrested people. Then you are pretty familiar with, he says.
But when Dagens Nyheter tonight in an article responding to the massive criticism that the newspaper muzzled events in Kungsträdgården claiming the newspaper that it was the police, not the those who tried to cover up the events of the festival park.
"In our regular checking with the police and other channels and sources we received last summer no confirmation of these molestations," writes DN.
But there is something that Lars did not agree, repeatedly called the DN-journalist Hanne Kjøller to get her to write about sexövergreppen.
- I have no idea what information police spokesman has given, usually tend newspapers themselves actively search for events. But I have spoken with Hanne Kjøller and I know that my friend talked to her, she is part of the DN, says Lars and adds:
- So they can not have known about it, that's bull#.
originally posted by: Cobaltic1978
If the police are covering up these crimes, then it would only be at the request of the Government. Unless of course they are following their own agenda?
I apologise to some on here who dont like these events being spoken about . . .
originally posted by: Fromabove
I've been hearing about a movement called PEGIDA (People Against the Islamization of the West.) It's organized in a lot of countries in Europe and Canada. Poland I think has the largest with almost all of it's people rejecting Islam. I think this is happening because those governments have decided to flood themselves with millions of Islamic refugees; something that would threaten the culture and heritage and ethnicity of the people of those countries.
originally posted by: Fromabove
a reply to: TinfoilTP
That is a very good question. They all seem well dressed and all of them have cell phones. Who pays for those? I really feel for the people of Europe. Everything they know and love is threatened. Well over 2,000 years of rich history and way of living could be erased if Islam takes control and the people find themselves foreigners in their own lands.
We see this special favor status given to muslims here in America as well. Politicians and city officials go out of their way to make excuses for the violence and mayhem these people cause intentionally. I don't understand it; it's as if they've all lost their minds. So I agree with you, some more sinister global conspiracy is a possibility. It's almost as if they want to force islamic Sharia on us all, and they know what they're doing. I've never seen such excuse making and defending of of a people who only want your conversion or death.