A “Swedish” Muslima who went to Syria to join the Islamic State had her children taken away when she returned to Sweden. When she threatened to kill a health care worker, the Swedish justice system threw the book at her — it made her talk to a shrink.
If that fails, of course, there’s always the Comfy Chair.
ISIS Terrorist Sentenced for Death Threat Against Health Care Worker
When the returning ISIS terrorist had her children forcibly taken into child protective custody, she threatened a health care worker with death. Now the woman has been sentenced to court-mandated psychiatric care.
The woman, who returned from ISIS in Syria and threatened a healthcare worker with death in April, has been sentenced to the psychiatric section of the Södra Älvsborg Hospital. The health care worker allegedly would have seen her family killed.
The ISIS terrorist said that she would “find them” and slit the throat of the health care worker’s father.
“It was very uncomfortable. I became afraid. I took it most seriously. It felt real,” the health care worker told the hearing, which GT news reported.
District court sentences to psychiatric care
The ISIS terrorist was charged with a threat against a healthcare worker. The District Court of Borås found the woman guilty and sentenced her to court-mandated psychiatric care.
“From the court-mandated psychiatric investigation that the ISIS terrorist subsequently went through, it has now emerged that she committed the act she was charged for under the influence of a serious psychiatric disorder…” the court writes in its ruling.
The woman traveled from Sweden to Syria in 2014 to join the ISIS terror organization. She traveled together with her husband and their children.
According to information from the National Operative Section (NOA) of the police, the woman was engaged in recruiting other women into Islamist terror activity.
Forced custody upon return
The woman returned to Sweden in March and had her children taken into protective custody, according to LVU, and she herself has been taken into mandated care. According to a police report reproduced by the administrative court, dated 18 March this year, it emerges that the woman, “suffers from severe psychiatric illness caused by her involvement in terror activity, and that since her return to Sweden has been in such a bad condition that she has been taken into protective care, according to LPT [Compulsory Mental Care Law].”
In a personal investigation from Probation Services, the woman herself reported having problems with psychosis since her return from Syria.