1000-1500 war criminals hiding out in Sweden: It seems it very easy to get into the country

The periodical magazine Advokaten (The Lawyer) proclaims on its website that it is the most important legal magazine in Sweden. In this years 7th edition of Advokaten the focus is on war crimes and how prepared Sweden is at dealing with war-criminals who seek asylum here. Nobody knows for sure how many there are but the magazine estimates that there are around 1000-1500 are hiding out in Sweden. Only 4 have been charged so far in a Swedish court.
Professor Ove Bring is an expert on international law and is a professor emeritus of the Swedish National Defence College and Stockholm’s University.

He thinks the numbers sound reasonable and goes on to say that:

We take on more refugees than may other countries. There will be crooks coming in as well as refugees. We don’t know how many, but there are reasons to assume that many war-criminals will come to Sweden – Ove Bring

…The article starts off by mentioning that approximately 54 000 people sought asylum in Sweden in 2013 and that 80 000 are expected in 2014 but does not mention the following.


h/t Marvin

  • mauser 98

    sorta Tex/Mex border

  • BillyHW

    Diversity is their strength!

    • Frau Katze

      Ours too!

  • winniec

    If so many war criminals (as in crimes against humanity) are resident in Sweden, it’s no wonder they have so many rapes, burnings, plunderings and knifings. The Swedish police already exercise caution before entering many areas, but soon it will be a war zone all over if they don’t stop this national suicide.

  • Martin Luffa

    If I were a regular everyday real Swede, I would be planning to “murder” any non-Swede after this this news.

    I say, “murder”, because killing invaders is never real murder. It just seems that way because they would never see it coming in Sweden

  • Paulla

    It looks like Sweden has gotten bored with being a nation state. It’s now just an open territory of the world where anybody can come and do anything they want. Something like the U.S.A.

    • Frau Katze

      It’s very discouraging.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Of course, it’s Sweden.