Despite the fact that illegal immigration to Sweden has increased substantially in recent years, the authorities have almost completely stopped the prosecution of traffickers who conduct the business.
- We have no control whatsoever of this in Sweden, says the border police Göran Larsson to Investigation Sweden.
Göran Larsson in the past led a police task force against organized trafficking rings. Back in 2008 and 2009, when the group was active, charges were brought in 20 of 56 cases of trafficking.
But since then, the police have more or less neglected to investigate the crimes - despite the fact that immigration has multiplied since then. During last year there were only two prosecutions.
- Säpo (Police Security Service) says that they are in control, but they have no control on people who are entering into Sweden. Anyone can enter the country under the pretense that they are seeking asylum, without any identification documents. We have no control whatsoever of this in Sweden, says Göran Larsson to Investigation Sweden.
He believes that the police management is severely misconducting by ignoring breaches of the law on human trafficking.
- We comply with all other laws, but this law is ignored by police management, says Göran Larsson.
Currently there are up to 100 networks in Sweden who engage in human smuggling, according to Göran Larsson.
- The leaders are stationed in Sweden and colleagues of the organizations further south.
By ignoring who's entering Sweden, the Swedish government is making Sweden into a terrorist state, which will affect all of Europe.
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