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Swedish police
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In Sweden over the years there has been a massive leaving of police because of the increased violence and growing numbers of no go areas. Because of this very inexperienced and poorly trained police are been sent out on patrol. Below is a story  ( google translated), very new police sent out on there own, even the older police was only part time. It has a very sad ending.
Quote:The Swedish police shot dead at the beginning of August by Eric Torell, a developing disabled, were newly graduated, says Expressen.


Read more: The eyewitness met the mentally disabled Eric only minutes before the police shot him - "He seemed to want to play"

One of the firing police officers had been in office for only two weeks, the Swedish media writes.

A total of three police officers were involved: two men and one woman, all around the age of 30. Two of the police had just started their career.

Both men recently graduated from the police school. The second was completed in November last year and the other in June this year. A recently completed police officer had only been in office two weeks before the tragedy shot.

There was also a third female police officer who had been working for a few years as a part-time police officer.

The playstation was thought to be true
Eric Torell, a 20-year-old retired, was shot dead in Stockholm in Vasastan in early August.

The boy who was mentally at the age of three had escaped from home with the play. The boy who had arrived from the courtyard of the apartment building in the morning did not react to the police's orders to drop his set.

The situation ended with police shooting the shots, resulting in injuries Torell later died in the hospital.

The case has raised a lot of discussion in the neighboring country about the use of force by the police in the event of an emergency. The Swedish police have also opened an investigation into a potential breach of duty
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(08-08-2018, 10:44 AM)Wallfire Wrote: In Sweden over the years there has been a massive leaving of police because of the increased violence and growing numbers of no go areas. Because of this very inexperienced and poorly trained police are been sent out on patrol. Below is a story  ( google translated), very new police sent out on there own, even the older police was only part time. It has a very sad ending.
Quote:The Swedish police shot dead at the beginning of August by Eric Torell, a developing disabled, were newly graduated, says Expressen.


Read more: The eyewitness met the mentally disabled Eric only minutes before the police shot him - "He seemed to want to play"

One of the firing police officers had been in office for only two weeks, the Swedish media writes.

A total of three police officers were involved: two men and one woman, all around the age of 30. Two of the police had just started their career.

Both men recently graduated from the police school. The second was completed in November last year and the other in June this year. A recently completed police officer had only been in office two weeks before the tragedy shot.

There was also a third female police officer who had been working for a few years as a part-time police officer.

The playstation was thought to be true
Eric Torell, a 20-year-old retired, was shot dead in Stockholm in Vasastan in early August.

The boy who was mentally at the age of three had escaped from home with the play. The boy who had arrived from the courtyard of the apartment building in the morning did not react to the police's orders to drop his set.

The situation ended with police shooting the shots, resulting in injuries Torell later died in the hospital.

The case has raised a lot of discussion in the neighboring country about the use of force by the police in the event of an emergency. The Swedish police have also opened an investigation into a potential breach of duty

Sadly, it is due to an environment created from the immigration problem.
High-alert is now the norm and this is the fallout from it.
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