Staffanstorp is a small town in Skåne, Sweden. After several violent incidents the town’s inhabitants, especially women, feel insecure, news outlet Fria Tider reports.
The stories of the people of Staffanstorp went public after investigative journalist Joakim Lamotte visited the town. Previously the town was only known for a horrible knife incident, for which an Afghan migrant was arrested.
In front of Lamotte’s camera, Swedes describe the town as dangerous and full of violence, with gangs dominating its public space.
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One girl tells how she was sexually harassed and punched at her former school every day. “They locked me up in the toilet and hit me with bands. They punched and joked on me. It happened every day,” she says.
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“Suddenly they came forward and grab my breasts. After I punched the guy, the whole family came and told me I’m a little horny and that I need to shut up. When I’m out with my dogs, they throw stones on the dogs,” she continues, pointing out that she is afraid of what will happen to her siblings and cousins in the future.
A woman explains that the affected children urge their parents not to do anything, because the gang will take revenge on the children. Another woman tells how she was “brutally” beaten by a gang of 15 people.
But during the live broadcast, a politically correct lawyer suddenly comes across and denies the whole horror image of Staffanstorp. He says the town is ‘peaceful’ during spring.
According to the lawyer, it is completely wrong to contribute to ‘hate’ in society. He claims that Lamotte’s website is “terrible” to read. But one of the girls replies: “People need to know what is happening!”