The whole open borders thing is working really well for Europe. Anyone who disagrees is just afraid of widows and orphans and being stabbed to death.
A young asylum seeker on Monday allegedly stabbed and killed a female employee of the refugee centre for unaccompanied minors where he was staying in western Sweden, police said.More common, you say. If only there was some kind of solution to this problem. Like not allowing a whole bunch of angry young men to flood into your country.
The 22-year-old victim was rushed to a nearby hospital but died of her wounds, police said.
Police would not comment on the identity or nationality of the alleged attacker, except to say that he was a young man who was a resident of the centre for 14- to 17-year-olds.
He was under arrest for murder.
"These kinds of calls are becoming more and more common. We're dealing with more incidents like these since the arrival of so many more refugees from abroad," police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg said.
The attack came as Dan Eliasson, national police commissioner, on Monday requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum accommodations.This may be one of the more violent disturbances. But there were plenty of others.
"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," Mr Eliasson told Swedish news agency TT.
The number of incidents of violence and threats of asylum accommodation has more than doubled from 2014 to 2015, according to the Migration Board. In 2014, reported 148 incidents of threats and violence among asylum seekers and the staff and the Agency's accommodation and facilities, last year the figure had risen to 322.According to one news outlet, the murdered woman was Alexandra Mezher. And the above is her photo.
Alexandra Mezher, 22, had only worked at the accommodation for unaccompanied refugee children in Mölndal for a few months.Under the Swedish justice system, he might spend as much as 5 minutes in jail.
"We have cried a lot. She was such a nice person, warm and happy," says one of Alexandra's cousins.
A 15-year-old boy who was staying at the accommodation has been arrested on suspicion of murder