Sweden, which flock every week thousands of asylum seekers, experiencing wave of fire shelters for refugees, most of whom are of criminal origin, according to investigators.
Since January 1, fifteen recorded losses on the entire territory were burned or damaged shelters and apartments where migrants live. Investigations are conducted locally but the Central Office of the Judicial Police (NOA) could be seized if proven link between different cases, told AFP a spokesman for the service, Carolina Ekeus.
A political case
The last dated fire broke out in the night of Monday to Tuesday in Munkedal, ordinary quiet town of 10,000 inhabitants in the south-west. The fire has not made a serious injury among the 14 residents, although some were slightly inconvenienced by the smoke. They were quickly relocated. “I was afraid to die, it was horrible, but now it’s okay, I’m safe,” testified Ahmet Somali refugee interviewed by public radio SR.
In ten cases, criminal intent is clear. “A civilized and humane country like Sweden can not accept that accommodation centers for asylum seekers are prey to arsonists”, expressed outrage Tuesday on Twitter the Foreign Minister, Margot Wallström.
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