Why people do this? Just looking at these images you might ask yourself if this person is still alive.
Luckily she survived to tell the truth about the monster that did this to her.
In the article about how 25-year-old “Josefin” is viciously beaten by her partner, it is never mentioned that he is from Iraq. He has now been sentenced to prison but cannot be deported because he has been granted Swedish citizenship. He came to Sweden in 2009 and got the citizenship in 2015. Now that this is said out loud, we can continue with the report.
Dagens Nyheter writes : “When the images of Josefin’s torn body were to be shown in court, the question was raised whether her wounds would be covered – for Josephin’s sake. She said no. The prosecutor said no. They agreed: This is what everyone must see. This is what it looks like – the violence, the hatred of women. “
The magazine then writes about “hatred in society” – without mentioning that Josefin’s partner named Omar, is from Iraq.
In a police interview, Omar states that Josefin “has whipped herself”. This is because “she has been influenced by Muslim pilgrims”.
The nerve, the audicity.
Josefin says in police questioning that he punched her with a belt, aluminum tubes, cable, fists, pulled her hair. At one point he took her down in the elevator and said he is goingh to pour gasoline on her and light it.
Last week, Omar was sentenced by Nacka District Court to eight years in prison. However, he cannot be expelled because he is a Swedish citizen now.