A former police officer, Mustafa Panshiri has warned that there is a risk of vigilante groups forming if action is not taken to stop crime.
This comes after a new trend of sadistic attacks has taken place in Sweden, where youngsters have urinated on their victims.
As we reported on earlier, one such attack took place where they attacked a man while shouting racist, anti-Swedish slurs.
The former police officer took part in a panel on Swedish state television, talking about the increasing numbers of youth robberies taking place.
He says that many of the perpetrators come from “vulnerable areas”. In 2019, Sweden had 61 “vulnerable areas” according to police. Some have labeled these areas as “no-go zones”.
“But we will get ethnic Swedes that are forming vigilante groups if we don’t solve this. If it affects one’s own children, all rules of the game ceases” Mustafa Panshiri said.
He also mentioned a study that was made already in 2005 from the University of Lund, where they interviewed 11 boys that were robbing other children.
“These boys said very clearly that we are after Swedes, to see Swedes lay on the ground and kiss our feet gives us power. And they finish with saying that Swedes are very timid and don’t put up any resistance when they take their stuff.”
He also mentions sexual crimes, which have seen a massive increase in Sweden over the last years.
“I have under the years talked about sexual crime, for example rapes committed against boys, by other boys, that we have not had in Sweden before, there are no reports about it”.
Last year Sweden saw a record number of 8 350 reported rapes, with 3 410 of the victims being children aged between 0-17 years old.