We’re all used to culturally enriched horror stories from Sweden, but this one is more horrific than usual. Kitman has gone through the latest material and produced a translated summary. He includes this introduction:
Mariannelund is famous as the hometown of the beloved author of children’s books Astrid Lindgren. It prides itself on its idyllic scenery, known throughout the world from the movies about Emil from Lönneberga. The area also features the largest so-called “Runkesten” in the world — a huge stone which happens to be positioned in such a way that it can be moved back and forth by the simple touch of a hand.
However, the construction of an asylum centre has recently made Mariannelund home to many strangers from backward countries. Suddenly the quiet little town is making much more sinister headlines: robberies, rapes, and attempted murders have been occurring lately in Mariannelund, all somehow related to the population replacement policy of the current regime.
The victim in the case below knew one of the perpetrators and “thought she was going to a party in Vimmerby”. Instead the trip went to the immigration facilities, and here her nightmare began.
Below is his translated summary (Mohammed Coefficient: 25%) from Avpixlat.
WARNING: Sensitive readers may want to skip the rest of this story. It contains clinical details that may be disturbing:
Vimmerby Tidning: Worst crime ever
Gang-rape without parallel in Swedish criminal history
Quote (from image of Vimmerby Tidning headline at Avpixlat):
Gang-rape of mother of two in Mariannelund Asylum Centre “unprecedented in Swedish criminal history”
This story concerns the case of a brutal assault on a mother of two in December 2011, for which eight Afghans are now facing charges. The assault took place in the Mariannelund Asylum Centre and was extended over a seven-hour ordeal. According to the men, the victim was “a bad woman, and a whore.”
The woman went into shock while the rapes were still underway, and has since been in a heavily traumatised state. She is now subject to nightmares and panic attacks, and lives in a psychiatric clinic. She is bound to a wheelchair due to damages to her abdomen, and suffers from faecal incontinence. However, the woman has sufficiently recovered to testify in the trial. She has demanded damages of 1,250,000 Skr.
The extensive gathering of technical evidence, mainly collection of the sperm stains, will be instrumental for the prosecutor Gunnar Brodin. Eight men are facing charges, and there are suspicions that there was a ninth perpetrator. However, this man has not been caught or identified.
During his final remarks the prosecutor spoke of 78 pieces of clothing submitted from nine individuals for examination by the State Forensic Laboratory. A task “beyond the usual” for the forensic lab. Altogether there were 48 sperm stains from the asylum centre apartment. Sixteen of the stains contained DNA from at least four persons, four had DNA from three persons, and fourteen stains contained DNA from at least two individuals. Sperm samples from four individuals were obtained from the victim’s intestines and digestive system.
“This confirms the victim’s testimony,” Gunnar Brodin said in his final remarks.
The prosecution is now ended, after an additional charge, as the prosecutor sought to show how the defendants subjected the mother-of-two to lethal danger by the taping her breathing passages.
The following individuals were facing charges:
- Rafi Bahaduri, 25 years old
- Salahedin Hashemi, 20 years old
- Mohammadi Zia, 20 years old
- Morteza Afzali, 20 years old
- Mohammadi Aziz Ahmad, 33 years old
- Rahmati Hedayat, 20 years old
- Azim Ahklaghi, 20 years old
- Rustam Ghafory, 21 years old
According to additional Swedish sources, the main perpetrator Rafi Bahaduri had already committed four other rapes in Sweden. He was recently convicted of the violent abuse and rape of a young girl in 2008. Unfortunately, he “cannot be deported” due to the fact that he came to Sweden in 2002 claiming to be less than fifteen years of age.
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