SWEDEN: Somali Muslim savage who anally raped dying woman will NOT be deported, says prosecutor

imagesSweden, you deserve everything you are getting from these scum-of-the-earth Muslim degenerates whom you have willingly allowed in. Apparently, the prosecutor’s office has chosen not to try and have this welfare leech with a long history of criminal and sexual offenses deported.

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Friatider.se (h/t IVE)  The accused Muslim man is a citizen of Somalia and came to Sweden in 2007. He has already managed to accumulate a long criminal record while in his new homeland. The first time the man was prosecuted for crimes in February 2008 when he was sentenced to probation and fined for drug offenses. He then continues to commit crimes more or less continuously. The man’s criminal record shows that he has been tried for over 40 crimes, including sexual assault, theft, assault, and an impressive number of shoplifting and drug offenses.

But although the 34-year-old Somali Muslim has a long criminal career behind him, he will most likely not be deported, even if he is convicted of the two rapes of helpless women he now stands accused of.

The story below now is the norm in Sweden, where rape rates of Swedish women have soared in direct relation to the rise in immigration from Muslim countries:

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Prosecutor Daniel Jonsson has chosen not to make any demand for deportation. “There is a rule that says if you have had permanent residence for more than four years, it takes something very unusual in order to expel anyone. I am of the opinion that the man has lived here for so long and has had a residence permit for so long that we cannot get him expelled,” says Daniel Jonsson to Friatider.

According to Jonsson, it is futile to insist on the penalty in the light of the law and practice in this area. He tells us that the district court legally speaking, is at liberty to take the expulsion matter to trial, even if there is a penalty claim in the case. In practice, it is rare that courts will.

When Free Times asks if he, Jonsson, in light of the risk that the 34-year-old will commit more rapes in Sweden, still does not feel he has a responsibility to try and get the man deported, he answers no. “I do not understand why a Somali woman would be worth less than a Swedish woman in this context. He would be as likely to commit crimes there if he was deported.” (Yep, might just as well let a lot more Swedish women be raped so I won’t be called a ‘raaaaacist’)

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