'60 Minutes' TV crew attacked and beaten in Sweden

 
'60 Minutes' TV crew attacked and beaten in Sweden
This afternoon a TV crew from the Australian 60 Minutes TV program, had found the way to the immigrant-dense suburb of Rinkeby in Stockholm.

After the visit the journalists said that they have been to Somalia, Syria and Iraq, but they have never experienced conditions similar to those in Sweden.

The TV crew got an insight into the Swedish multicultural society that they are never going to forget.

The TV crew was in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby to depict the mass immigration to Sweden, and do interviews with local residents. The team barely got into Rinkeby before it was attacked for the first time, writes Avpixlat.

When a cameraman from 60 Minutes went out of the car, suddenly a car came up close beside him. The African driver of the car began to argue about why they were filming in Rinkeby. After a few minutes he ran across the foot of the cameraman, who tumbled to the ground and lay in agony. Another cameraman filmed the whole incident.

The camera man was not seriously injured, however, and was able to continue the job, but with significant pain. The police arrived at the site 10 minutes later and six policemen guarded the TV team, which consisted of three camera men and broadcaster Liz Hayes, in addition to Jan Sjunnesson from Avpixlat, who guided them in Rinkeby.

After a while the Australians wanted to go to Rinkeby Square, but the police had to stay behind on the outside not to provoke the residents.

- We provoke them if we continue, but we'll see you from Rinkeby Plan, said one of the policemen to the TV team.

Inside the Rinkeby Square, the TV crew talked with residents who did not seem aggressive, but who told about how good life was in Rinkeby with so many different cultures. All said they enjoyed it there. But when the police suddenly disappeared, without telling the TV crew, a group of masked men suddenly circled the camera men.

One of the camera men was attacked and hit with a clenched fist over his mouth. A bottle was then thrown at the camera.

Meanwhile, another camera man was attacked and punched in the mouth so that a tooth came loose.

The TV team quickly decided to leave Rinkeby, with pictures and film of everything that had happened. They told the journalist from Avpixlat that they have been to Somalia, Syria and Iraq, but they have never experienced anything like this anywhere.

The 60 Minutes report from Sweden will be broadcasted on national Australian TV shortly.

In addition to interviews with Tino Sanandaji and Avpixlat's Jan Sjunnesson on the immigration policy, also Islamists on the Internet in Sweden are portrayed in the program.

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'60 Minutes' TV crew attacked and beaten in Sweden

 
'60 Minutes' TV crew attacked and beaten in Sweden
This afternoon a TV crew from the Australian 60 Minutes TV program, had found the way to the immigrant-dense suburb of Rinkeby in Stockholm.

After the visit the journalists said that they have been to Somalia, Syria and Iraq, but they have never experienced conditions similar to those in Sweden.

The TV crew got an insight into the Swedish multicultural society that they are never going to forget.

The TV crew was in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby to depict the mass immigration to Sweden, and do interviews with local residents. The team barely got into Rinkeby before it was attacked for the first time, writes Avpixlat.

When a cameraman from 60 Minutes went out of the car, suddenly a car came up close beside him. The African driver of the car began to argue about why they were filming in Rinkeby. After a few minutes he ran across the foot of the cameraman, who tumbled to the ground and lay in agony. Another cameraman filmed the whole incident.

The camera man was not seriously injured, however, and was able to continue the job, but with significant pain. The police arrived at the site 10 minutes later and six policemen guarded the TV team, which consisted of three camera men and broadcaster Liz Hayes, in addition to Jan Sjunnesson from Avpixlat, who guided them in Rinkeby.

After a while the Australians wanted to go to Rinkeby Square, but the police had to stay behind on the outside not to provoke the residents.

- We provoke them if we continue, but we'll see you from Rinkeby Plan, said one of the policemen to the TV team.

Inside the Rinkeby Square, the TV crew talked with residents who did not seem aggressive, but who told about how good life was in Rinkeby with so many different cultures. All said they enjoyed it there. But when the police suddenly disappeared, without telling the TV crew, a group of masked men suddenly circled the camera men.

One of the camera men was attacked and hit with a clenched fist over his mouth. A bottle was then thrown at the camera.

Meanwhile, another camera man was attacked and punched in the mouth so that a tooth came loose.

The TV team quickly decided to leave Rinkeby, with pictures and film of everything that had happened. They told the journalist from Avpixlat that they have been to Somalia, Syria and Iraq, but they have never experienced anything like this anywhere.

The 60 Minutes report from Sweden will be broadcasted on national Australian TV shortly.

In addition to interviews with Tino Sanandaji and Avpixlat's Jan Sjunnesson on the immigration policy, also Islamists on the Internet in Sweden are portrayed in the program.

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