Wrong man snatched in rape revengeThis is what happens when people live in a lawless city where the police have lost control, and gang rapes have become daily routine. Swedes have lost confidence in their justice system, and the only justice they are left with is vigilante justice. Of course, the problem with vigilante justice is that it doesn't always hit the right target. Swedes are an extremely disciplined people. It may be difficult to comprehend for non-Scandinavians just how big a mental transformation it takes for people to do such a thing in a "nanny state" where the government is supposed to take care of everything. In little more than a generation, the city of Malmö has degenerated from being a major city in a stable democracy into becoming a tribal society and the northern stronghold of Eurabia. Yet Swedish authorities continue to praise the multicultural Sweden and call for even more immigration.
People around the world who still talk with respect about the "Swedish model" probably don't know how Sweden looks like in 2005:
Wrong man snatched in rape revenge
A man who was kidnapped in Malmö early on Monday morning was probably the victim of a revenge attack, police have said. However, the three kidnappers – now in custody – apparently snatched the wrong victim. Two of the three kidnapping suspects are related to an alleged rape victim according to Skånska Dagbladet. Relatives of the rape victim contacted a woman from Malmö and two men from Gothenburg. The trio then rented a car, armed themselves with knives and sawed-off shotguns and went late Sunday night in search of the rapist. At 2 a.m. outside an open restaurant, the suspects forced an 18-year old man they believed was the rapist into the car. Police were alerted and responded quickly. During the pursuit the abducted man managed to throw himself free of the car at an intersection. Not long after police apprehended the kidnappers. Police spokesman Lars Förstell told news agency TT on Tuesday, “Circumstances indicate that the abducted man wasn’t who they were out looking for.” “I’ve never heard of anything like this before. It’s not about hardened criminals but everyday Swedes who chose to be vigilantes” Bo-Anders Jönsson from Malmö police told Skånska Dagbladet. The trio is being held on counts of kidnapping, assault and possession of illegal weapons.