Alexandra Mezher, 22, was fatally stabbed by a 15-year old Somali Merkel Muslim at migrant centre where she worked. She was working a nightshift ALL ALONE in a facility full of violent Muslim men who view women without a male guardian as ‘naked antelope before lions’ and endorse rape and murder of women, according to Islamic ideology and law.
What a demented and unprofessional leftist we find in the National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson. They should fire Eliasson if they had any national pride and sense at all. He has proven well to be unfit for his position and that a poor and flawed policing leadership is one of the reasons Sweden has such massive (Muslim) rape and crime statistics comparative to the small size of the country. Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%. Sweden is now number two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in Southern Africa.
Maybe a Muslim will stab Dan Eliasson’s child, wife or parents to death and we can all feel sorry for the murderer. Wonder how that would register with him.
The damaged psychology of these left-wingers is that they can never put themselves in someone else’s shoes. They have no capacity to step outside their tunnel-vision. Reality does not hit them until they personally go through the experience. And what greater evidence of the lowest form of reasoning and intellectual capacity do you need if you always need a personal experience before you are able to apply common sense??
‘Who knows what horrors he has been through?’ Swedish police chief sparks anger by SYMPATHISING with Somali boy, 15, ‘who stabbed refugee worker to death’
- Sweden National Police Commissioner has sympathy for the alleged killer
- Dan Eliasson says he is ‘distraught’ for murder victim, but also for the boy
- Alexandra Mezher, 22, fatally stabbed at migrant centre where she worked
- Family blamed ‘Swedish politicians’ for attack following record migration
- A Somali boy, 15, living at centre, was arrested on suspicion of murder
The head of the Swedish police has sparked outrage by expressing sympathy with the teenage asylum seeker accused of murdering social worker Alexander Mezher.
National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson, who has already admitted police cannot cope with the wave of migrant crime, said he has concerns about the ‘horrors’ and trauma the accused murderer may have witnessed.
He said he was ‘distraught’ on behalf of Miss Mezher’s family but also for the killer, saying: ‘What has that person been through? Under what circumstances has he grown up? What is the trauma he carries?’
It came as court documents showed police do not know the true identity of the youth who has been arrested for the killing. The papers, obtained by MailOnline, state that the identity of the Somali boy claiming to be 15 is ‘unknown’.
‘Well, you are of course distraught on behalf of everyone involved,’ Mr Eliasson said in an interview with SVT – the Swedish equivalent of the BBC.
‘Naturally, for the person killed and her family, but also for a lone young boy who commits such a heinous incident.
‘What has that person been through? Under what circumstances has he grown up? What is the trauma he carries?
‘This entire migration crisis shows how unfair life is in many parts of the world. We have to try to help solve this best we can.’
MailOnline has contacted Mr Eliasson for further explanation of his comments, but a spokesman would not reveal where he is.
His comments sparked angry reactions across social media, with some saying the police chief made them ‘want to vomit’.
Jenny Sundelin wrote on Twitter: ‘I vomit when I see you. You are supposed to be the person most responsible for our safety and you defend those who murder us’
Billy TheBritt added: ‘Does the nerd @dan_eliasson feel sorry for Breivik too? What about the Trollhattan killer? Does Dan’s heart bleed for him too?’
Kent Ekeroth, a member of parliament for the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats tweeted: ‘This is where Dan Eliasson feels sorry for the guy who knifemurdered the woman at the asylum home – resign!’
Eliasson is not the first senior political figure in Sweden to demand compassion for the 15-year-old boy being held on suspicion of murder.
Marie Osth Karlsson, a senior local government commissioner, said: ‘I also have to express sympathy for the man behind the crime, there is also a person behind it’
Both Eliasson and Osth Karlsson belong to the ruling Social Democrat party, which has been criticised in the past year for its handling of the migrant crisis.
His comments follow the release of court documents which show murder detectives do not know the true identity of the Somali boy who allegedly stabbed to death Miss Mezher.
The public documents filed with the district court in Gothenburg today show detectives have been unable to confirm the alleged killer’s true identity.
Reports suggested the boy was 15 and living in a child migrant centre in Molndal where Miss Mezher worked.
But in the court papers next to his name are the words ‘ID ej styrkt’, meaning ‘ID not proven’.
It means the boy had nothing to prove his identity when he arrived in Sweden – and that he could be 18 or even older.
A police spokesman in Gothenburg yesterday told MailOnline: ‘We are not 100% sure about the boys identity. But we do have a good picture and will find that out eventually.
‘This is usually the case with unaccompanied refugee children. It is hard to establish if their identity is true or not.’
The boy is being held on suspicion of murder, and prosecutor Linda Wiking is expected to announce the official arrest today.
A spokesman said the 15-year-old was being held in a police cell last night and would go to court as an adult suspect.
The controversial police chief has held several senior positions within the Swedish justice system, including Acting Head of the Swedish Security Service and and the Ministry of Justice’s Chief of International Affairs.
A former lawyer, Eliasson was Director-General of the Swedish Migration Agency until his resignation in 2011, just before the migration crisis started.
Sweden, with a population of 9.8million, took in more than 160,000 asylum seekers in 2015, with 35,369 of them unaccompanied minors.
Earlier this week, Eliasson demanded 4,100 more police officers as Sweden struggles to cope with the new wave of migrant related crime.
He said: ‘We are forced to respond to many disturbances in asylum reception centres. In some places, this takes significant police resources.
‘This was not the case six months ago and it means that we won’t be able to respond as effectively in other areas.’
It comes after Miss Mezher’s mother declared that her country was ‘not safe’ any more.
Chimene Mezher described her daughter Alexandra, 22, as an ‘angel’ devoted to helping some of the hundreds of migrant youths who have come to her home of Molndal without parents.
Psychology graduate Miss Mezher – whose parents fled Beirut more than 25 years ago – was stabbed in the back and thigh on Monday in a block of flats housing ten youths aged 14 to 17.
Mrs Mezher, 42, said: ‘We left Lebanon to escape the civil war, the violence and the danger. We came to Sweden where it was safe, to start our family. But it is not safe any more.
‘And I just want to know why… why Alexandra? She wanted to help them, but they did this. I just want answers.’
Her husband Bourous, 45, moved to Sweden from Beirut in 1989 and built up a pizza business. Mrs Mezher, who has three sons, said: ‘She was not just my daughter, she was my angel. She was a just and fair human being. There were so many who loved her. She was my daughter, my friend.’
She blamed Swedish politicians for a dramatic rise in immigration in Molndal, a suburb of Gothenburg, where a population of 60,000 has grown by 8,000 migrants in less than a year – 4,000 of whom are unaccompanied children.
SWEDISH LEGAL PROCESS: WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
The prosecutor needs to file an application to the district court within 48 hours after a criminal has been arrested. The application is an appeal to the court to hear whether there are legal grounds to keep the criminal in custody. In this case the boy was arrested early on Monday morning, but the system works slowly so he was not formally arrested until Monday night.
This document is a public document with the indicted persons name attached to it. The only reason a prosecutor can use to make this document secret is if the crime involves matters of National Security or Terrorism.
There has been a few exceptions over the years when the district court has kept the criminals name a secret. Those cases are usually when there has been a police officer working under cover involved. It is for the indicted persons own security.
After the prosecutor has send this application he or she will appear in court with the indicted person who also has a lawyer who speaks ion his behalf.
A judge will then rule if the criminal is to remain in custody or be released. These hearings usually take around five minutes and are open for members of the public and pres to watch.
Officers in Molndal say they have had to ignore lesser offences such as drug-dealing because they are so overrun by migrant crime, with gang fights and violent assaults.
And in capital Stockholm police this week warned that the capital’s main train station was ‘overrun’ by gangs of Moroccan street children ‘stealing and groping girls’.
Swedish police revealed they have sent plain-clothes officers to monitor swimming baths in Stockholm after increased reports of sexual harassment of girls and women.
Last night it was also claimed police had been forced to flee after being attacked by a mob of asylum seekers as they tried to relocate a ten-year-old boy amid allegations he had been ‘raped repeatedly’ at a refugee centre.
Miss Mezher had been working at the housing block, home to ten children aged 14 to 17 seeking asylum without a parent or a guardian, in Molndal since September.
Despite rules that staff should work in pairs, she had reportedly worked alone overnight and was attacked half an hour before her shift was due to end.
‘Two boys held him down. It is a very good intervention. Had he intended to hurt anyone else, then they have prevented that,’ said police spokesperson Peter Adlersson.
‘It is easy to become injured yourself when intervening in this kind of situation. We are very grateful for these kinds of actions.’
Police said Tuesday afternoon the forensic investigation of the scene of the crime is not yet completed, and that there are still question marks regarding the reason behind the attack.
Seven witnesses, all residents at the housing, have been moved to another accommodation and have all been interviewed by police.
Today, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven admitted that many people are fearful of attacks similar to the killing of Miss Mezher, because ‘Sweden receives so many children and youths arriving alone’.
Scene: Molndal, on Sweden’s west coast, where the migrant centre is, has been the scene of rising tension in recent months. Neighbourhood-watch groups have been sent out to prevent teenage girls from being sexually harassed on their way home from the commuter trains from Gothenburg.
Centre: Miss Mezher, whose family are originally from Lebanon, had only worked at the accommodation for unaccompanied refugee children for a few months.
‘SOMETHING SERIOUS WILL HAPPEN’: STAFF WARNED OF ISSUES AT HOUSING A YEAR AGO
Staff at the Swedish migrant centre where social worker Alexandra Mezher was stabbed to death warned of that could not cope with looking after the troubled adolescents a year ago, it has been claimed.
A therapist predicted that something ‘serious’ would happen at the juvenile asylum seekers home in Molndal, near Gothenburg, due to a lack of staff but was ignored, Sweden’s Göteborgs Tidning newspaper reported.
Alexandra Mezher had worked a night shift on her own at the Molndal migrant centre when she was ambushed and stabbed.
Göteborgs Tidning reported: ‘In December 2014 a therapist at the newly founded juvenile asylum seekers home in Molndal called the Department for Health Care and sounded the alarm about problems at the accommodation centre where Alexandra Mezher was killed on Monday.
‘She said she spoke on behalf of other members of staff who all complained that they were extremely understaffed and stated that they often had to work alone, contrary to best work practice.’
‘So far nothing serious has happened, but it will do,’ the therapist, who asked not to be identified, told Göteborgs Tidning.
‘The staff has talked with the management plenty of times, but they will not help. The management is not listening.’
However the centre was the subject of an unannounced inspection by the Department for Health Care three weeks later, the newspaper claimed.
But the Department for Health Care review found no deficiencies in the service carried out at the centre.