Sweden can't deport convicted migrant rapists--claim of persecution at home

Posted by bubah1mau 2 months, 2 weeks ago to Government
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They filmed the attack, and their video persuaded the jury/court--but humanitarian concerns outweigh justice. Wouldn't most US courts be similarly constrained from delivering justice?
SOURCE URL: https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2023/01/04/eritrean-gang-rapists-avoid-deportation-after-claiming-they-would-be-persecuted-at-home/

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  • Posted by mhubb 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    send them 1/2 way home, then drop from 40,000 feet
    load them in the target jet of a life fire exercise

    either seems a valid solution
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    I have (had..one died a few years ago) a couple friends who live in Sweden. It became clear to me years go that the rape of Swedish women by immigrants is not only tolerated there, but a somewhat protected activity. It reminds me a little of the "grooming" stories out of England. One of my buddies there attended a fucking candlelight vigil for some Persian men who had suffered through having some Swedish men throw rocks through the window of their house. After this vigil my friend found out that the rocks were launched because these Persians had gang-raped a local girl and the local boys were sending a message. My friend felt dirty and betrayed...and he was very liberal. Sweden is in trouble. But, in the smaller towns I understand it's a great place to live. The leftists in the government there are milking that and will probably make it more like Detroit or Chicago over time. Sad.
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 2 months, 2 weeks ago
    Were these people convicted in Sweden of rape, or in their old country? Is the claim of "persecution" on the ground of not having received fair trials in their old country, of simply that rapists should not be "persecuted"?
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