Grave of Swedish child that died in Stockholm terror attack is vandalised
Ebba Åkerlund and her resting place - Private images - Instagram
The grave of the little girl Ebba Åkerlund has been vandalised, Fria Tider reports. The 11-year-old child died in Stockholm’s terror attack, which was committed by Rakhmat Akilov, a 39-year-old rejected asylum seeker.
Ebba Åkerlund was one of the five victims of the Stockholm terror attack in which Uzbek Rakhmat Akilov drove a truck into a shopping street in the centre of the Swedish capital in April last year.
It seems the little girl cannot rest in peace as some sick person is vandalising her grave at Adolf Fredriks Cemetery in Stockholm. It gets even worse, as this isn’t the first time it has happened.
“For the second time in a short period of time, Ebba’s tomb has been vandalised at the Adolf Fredriks Cemetery. In addition to the stolen birds on the tombstone, flowers are broken, lanterns crushed and everything delicate classmates and other mourners laid by the grave are thrown away. Why?”, Writes Ebba’s memorial fund Instagram.
People who replied to the post are very upset about the heartless behaviour:
“A child’s burial place, how can you sleep at night after doing this wicked action (…) May God protect fine Ebba in heaven,” one writes.
“How can anyone do that ?! Fy so terrible,” another says.
On 7 June 2018, Islamic terrorist Rakhmat Akilov was sentenced to life in prison. He was found guilty of terrorist crimes in five murders, attempted terrorist crimes in 119 counts of attempted murder and 24 counts of endangering others.