"60 Minutes" has now released a teaser that shows how their team is attacked outside Stockholm.
A [b]previous report[/b] told how the media team from the Australian news program "60 Minutes" was violent attacked by a group of immigrant men in in the Stockholm suburb of Rinkeby.
Police said that they did not know anything about the "60 Minutes" team being attacked. However, a car drove over the foot of a person in the TV team, states the police.
- But it is difficult to prove that it was on purpose. The youngsters were not there anymore. And it is we who must prove it, said Lars Bystrom, press officer at the Stockholm police, to SvD.
However, despite the police "not knowing", "60 Minutes" has released a short teaser before the program on Sunday, showing how the team is attacked in Rinkeby. In the short clip one can see how the cameraman gets a blow to the face, and how another person throws an object against the team.
Avpixlat-writer Jan Sjunnesson, who was in the company of the "60 Minutes" team in Rinkeby, and who first wrote about the incident, is critical of how the Swedish mainstream media has handled the events.
- They chose not to contact me, but quoted foreign media who quoted my text on Avpixlat, he says to Dagens Media and adds:
- In their articles they (Swedish mainstream media) said that I was an unreliable source because of Avpixlat, and they went so far as to warn foreign media against me. The easiest way would have been to call me and interview me, and then let me stand as the source, but they obviously did not dare. They were blinded by the fact that Avpixlat had guided them, and that story took over for the real event - that foreign journalists on a peaceful visit to Sweden were attacked.
"In a time of universal deceit - telling the truth is a revolutionary act" - George Orwell
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