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Post time 2018-9-17 21:09:35 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Motika at 2018-9-17 14:12

The suspicion of the police after the family's notification was dismissed fairly promptly, according to Chief Prosecutor Mats Ericsson.
To reject the family from the hotel after the family started to disrupt the peace, action was a routine measure.
- The police had to remove a person from hotel lobby in the middle of the night, where he was not entitled to be. He refused to leave from there and the security guard called the police come to the scene. There was a turmoil , so the police must more or less lift the people to remove them. It is quite common that you drive them to the Forest Cemetery in such cases, says Mats Ericsson, at the Special Prosecution Chamber of DN.
The police were notified by the Chinese family on September 3, but already on Friday, September 7, the case was rejected by prosecutor Mats Ericsson.
How unpleasant and dramatic this was for the tourists, there is nothing to investigate further, so no preliminary investigation is initiated.
According to Stockholm police, you decide on a case-by-case basis to drive people who are disturbing the scheme. The fact that the Chinese family was driven to Skogskyrkogården was probably because it was well away, and because there was a subway station so that they could get away from it.
1: they where booked for the next day.

My view: they wanted to save money and sleep over in the repection area.


As for my own experience with the Swedish law enforcement. I ended up in the woods 20 Km from town   thats the price you pay for being dead drunk and dissorderly
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emanreus Post time: 2018-9-17 18:29
re:  "but if I could read the Swedish side statement"-----

Thanks a lot.

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Post time 2018-9-18 05:24:02 |Display all floors
Liononthehunt Post time: 2018-9-17 11:18
A cringeworthy incident. Not amused by the antics of the tourists, although more information has to  ...

Yes, the thread title makes one want to hate Swedish Police, but of course when one delves further its not always what it appeared in the first place

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Post time 2018-9-18 07:08:34 |Display all floors
There will now be a boycott against made in sweden
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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pnp Post time: 2018-9-17 12:02
Chinese media, as usual, don't tell both sides of the  story, just the brutal treatment the tourists ...

in order to show public the whole story from both sides, the Swedish policy should disclose more information, vedios  or photos as soon as possible.
but here we don't understand why they reluctant to do this! Can't they prove themsevles?

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Post time 2018-9-18 10:30:21 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2018-9-18 09:13
Boycot Nobel.

Better boycott their arms export.

After all, they are also the third biggest arms suppliers per capita in the world, according to data from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute and the World Bank.

Israel ranks No. 1, followed by Russia. Belarus is in fourth place.

1. Israel, $97.71 per capita

2. Russia, $57.72 per capita

3. Sweden, $53.05 per capita

Swedish exports of military equipment came to a total of 11.3 billion kronor ($1.38 billion) in 2017, up 2 percent from the year before, a new report from the Swedish Inspectorate of Strategic Products (ISP) shows.
  Sales includes for example the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.  With UAE's support, Saudi Arabia is currently leading air strikes on Yemen which the United Nations recently described as the world's worst humanitarian catastrophe right now.  

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