Below is another instance of culturally-enriched sexual assault in which the perp got off lightly. In this case the crime is the rape of a Swedish woman by an Eritrean “refugee”. The rapist can’t be deported after serving his (minimal) sentence because — wait for it — it would violate his rights, and besides, he is only 19. Such is the lunacy of Modern Multicultural Sweden.
Many thanks to Tania for translating this article from Fria Tider:
Migration Board stops deportation of rapist
June 28, 2016
A 19-year-old citizen of Eritrea raped a Swedish woman inside a restaurant toilet in Sundsvall. Now the African has been sentenced to imprisonment for one year and four months — but can stay in Sweden because the Swedish Migration Board (Migrationsverket) does not believe that he, as a “refugee”, should be deported back to his homeland.
The rape took place in a toilet stall inside the Allstar restaurant in Sundsvall in April of this year. The Eritrean held onto his victim and penetrated her with both his fingers and his genitals.
When a security guard heard “screams” and phrases like “no, stop” coming from the toilet facilities, he went in and managed to pull the African out, while the crying woman was sitting half-naked on the toilet. The 19-year-old responded by elbowing the guard in the face so that he began to bleed.
When Sundsvall District Court on Monday sentenced 19-year-old for rape and forcibly resisting arrest, he was given a very short sentence in view of his allegedly young age.
“At sentencing we should take N.N.’s youth into consideration. The length of the prison sentence should reflect his young age (19), and is determined to be one year and four months,” read the judgment.
The prosecution had wanted the Eritrean be deported back to Africa after serving his sentence. But the district court did not agree to this, stating that the 19-year-old had received a permanent residence permit from the Migration Board as a “refugee” on March 4, 2015, and that “there is a general prohibition on forcibly deporting a person to Eritrea”.
“The court believes that, taking these things into consideration, N. N. should not be deported. The prosecutor’s request must therefore be dismissed,” reads the judgment.