The article referenced a May 2016 report from the Swedish Police Authority [PDF], which examined sexual assaults in the country between 20.
The first page mentioned refugees in passing (and cited rumors of New Year’s Eve assaults), but not as a massive component of sex assaults in Sweden (translated): [This s]urvey covers the period 2011-2016 and concerns over ten thousand reported crimes relating to sexual assaults.
This took place last year, when I was 14..’ The caption on the status updated claimed the purported incident occurred in Sweden: The photograph did not show a crime victim, however.
It was published to Flickr on 5 November 2011, with a caption asking for votes in a contest (translated): According to the caption superimposed on the photograph, the 14-year-old Swedish girl was abducted and raped in 2015.
It is so awesome and wonderful to see people share their stories and help each other. R – Rude; if you don’t know the ways of Swedes, they can be perceived as rude.
The sole perpetrators have often not been identified, but data indicate that they do not constitute a homogeneous group.
Where the crimes carried out by offenders in a larger group of public places and indoor swimming pools are the perpetrators were mainly young people looking for or have recently received asylum in Sweden.
W – Wintertime is the period in the year to not dump your swede. I still have not understood the obsession with texting.
Stay inside and cuddle during the miserable Swedish November.