Soldiers of Odin Eskilstuna joined the Soldiers of Odin in the Swedish capital Stockholm to patrol last night. The Swedish police again showed that they suddenly have unexpected resources, as they closely watched the gang when they strolled through Stockholm.
Just before the nightly patrols ended, a man was exposed to an attempted robbery in the old town, by a man of unknown ethnicity, and the group intervened.
- It was late and we were about to pack up and go home to Eskilstuna, says a member of Soldiers of Odin, to the news outlet Avpixlat.
- When we went through the old town, we saw two men "wrestling". We saw from a distance how a man pulled at another person. We intervened at once and separated the men. Then one of them told that the other had tried to tear his gold bracelet from his arm. We stopped thus an ongoing robbery. As soon as we had separated the men, we contacted the police who almost immediately arrived at the site with three squads.
How did the police react?
- They were grateful for our prompt action. Like the man we rescued from being robbed.
Did you use any form of violence against the man?
- Of course not. We just separated the men and asked the man to sit down. Which he did.
Did you talk to him?
- He tried to sell us cocaine when we asked him to sit still and wait for the police.
Soldiers of Odin then contacted mainstream media to tell them that they had interrupted an attempted robbery. However, all the mainstream media outlets have chosen to ignore their input, which of course does not go well with the image they have created about the group - that they are a violent, right-wing extremist gang who randomly assaults immigrants.
It's been a messy weekend in many parts of Sweden. In many cities the Soldiers of Odin have been attacked by far-left gangs and so-called anti-racists. In Malmö 40 masked AFA activists gathered to attack the gang.
And in Gothenburg they were attacked.
Related: Soldiers of Odin forcefully rescued little girls from groping
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