May 20 2013
SWEDEN: “Youths” (Euro-speak for Muslim welfare parasites, mostly Somali) riot and torch 100 cars and buildings in northern Stockholm
Gangs of (Muslim) youths angered by the police shooting death of an elderly man in a mainly (Muslim) immigrant neighborhood hurled rocks at police and set 100 cars and several buildings on fire in a Stockholm suburb early Monday, forcing the evacuation of an apartment block.
SF Gate (h/t Maria J) Around 50 (Muslim) youths were involved in the riots in the suburb of Husby, police spokesman Lars Bystrom said. The (Muslim) youths set light to a parking garage, compelling police to evacuate residents from an adjacent apartment block, Bystrom said.
Around 80 percent of the roughly 11,000 people living in Husby — a drab, low-income neighborhood of apartment block west of Stockholm — are first or second generation (Muslim) immigrants. Bystrom said police responded to calls of burning cars and were met by masked (Muslim) youths hurling rocks at them.
One policeman was attacked by (Muslim) youths kicking him and two others were injured by rocks, local police officer Jorgen Karlsson said. He added around 10 cars were set ablaze, and windows were smashed at two schools and several local businesses.
Residents said they had gathered to protest against the shooting death and that police responded by sending in SWAT teams that cordoned off the area. “I understand that people react like this,” said Rami Al-Khamisi from the Muslim organization Megafonen, which represents citizens in Stockholm’s suburbs.
The organization said police had used excessive violence against the (Muslim) youths and also attacked passers-by with batons and dogs.
Police have launched an internal probe to investigate the shooting death on May 13 of a 69-year-old man in Husby. They say they shot the man in self-defense because he had attacked police with a knife when they broke down the door to an apartment, where he had locked himself up with a woman.
However, Megafonen has criticized police for initially releasing a faulty report saying the man was taken to a hospital. The group said residents had seen his dead body being transported from the scene hours after the shooting in a hearse, which police later admitted was correct.
H/T Vlad Tepes