How gang warfare took over Sweden’s streets | The Spectator

According to a 2018 study by the criminologist Amir Rostami, a majority of those involved in organised crime are either first or second-generation immigrants. Dr Rostami identified 15,000 individuals involved in organised crime – a staggering number for a country with 10 million inhabitants.
— Read on www.spectator.co.uk/article/how-sweden-became-the-most-dangerous-country-in-europe

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3 Responses to How gang warfare took over Sweden’s streets | The Spectator

  1. Brad and Rachel Forwell says:

    I was shocked to read that, Tommy.

    Have you read Douglas Murray’s, The Strange Death of Europe?

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