February 23, 2020
This attack sounded quite vicious.
I expect he’ll get at least two weeks in one of Sweden’s notorious four-star prison-hotels for it.
A 22-year-old man with an immigrant background is now being prosecuted for an attention-grabbing and extremely brutal abuse by a young Swedish woman in a bus shed in Malmö in November last year. The crime charge is an attempted murder and the man sits since he was arrested for the crime.
On November 10, the young Swedish woman was waiting for the bus at a stop on Lönngatan in Malmö. However, she did not come by bus. Instead, she was assaulted and brutally beaten by a 22-year-old man with an Arab immigrant background, previously convicted of, among other things, theft, drug crimes and threats against an official.
The abuse consisted, among other things, of several incidents, a wooden plank and a glass bottle. The woman was so badly convinced that when they arrived at the crime scene, the police first thought she was dead.
After the police searched the area with a dog, traces were found for the perpetrator that could be arrested shortly after the crime. He was arrested and detained the following day.
The woman was left unconscious for a long time in a coma at the hospital. She woke up in December but is having a difficult time and it will take a very long time before she is restored. It may be a life-long injury.
According to the indictment, the woman “was caused by pain, swelling, bruising, ulcer injuries, bleeding in the brain, air bubbles in the skull, extensive facial skeletal fractures, teeth cut off, deep unconsciousness and lack of free airways”.