Video footage has been released showing a car chase where a man with a Kalashnikov empties a magazine into a car in broad daylight on the streets of Sweden.
The attack took place last year in the notorious problem area Gottsunda in the city of Uppsala.
Shocking footage shows the attack taking place.
A 23 year old gang criminal has now been sentenced to 12 years and 6 months in prison for the attack.
According to local media the man has a central role within the Kurdish mafia in the city of Västerås.
27 shots were fired from the Kalashnikov and another 8 shots were fired from a pistol, with the car having 30 bullet holes. The victim was hit 9 times and seriously injured, however he did survive the attack.
One witness who was nearby when this happened has described that it felt like a terrorist attack.
During investigation, a bullet proof vest was found in the car of the victim. He has previously been convicted of serious weapons offences, threats and violence against a police man, sexual harassment, assault, narcotic crime, knife crime and robbery.
The perpetrator was born in Iraq and came to Sweden in the year 2000 and became a Swedish citizen in 2006. He has been employed by the state to help prevent youngsters from being involved in criminality. He has previously been convicted of numerous serious offences.
Just as late as April this year he was sentenced to over 3 years prison for various other serious offences.
The area where the attack happened is a known problem area, and is featured on the police list of 60 particularly vulnerable areas, who some call “no-go zones”.