Only in Sweden: Police Chief in Västmanland, Lena Tysk, has reported herself to the police internal affairs department for a comment she made to a colleague in the fall.
Tysk and her colleague was in a meeting on the new organization of the police, writes SVT.
A disagreement arose and Tysk said "If you have said this to the media, you're dead."
According to Sveriges Radio, Tysk has now charged herself for the death threat, but she won't say anything more on the matter. Well, given she has access to weapons, ammunition, riot gear, cars, plenty of seized hand grenades, and even horses and dogs, maybe it should be taken deadly serious, at least she obviously does.
In a press release, police write that they are satisfied with Tysk's decision.
- Freedom of expression is a cornerstone of our democracy. Therefore, it is good that we let the juridical system decide on this matter.
And in Norway and Denmark people have given up trying to make new jokes about the Swedes. Real life everyday-madness coming out of the politically correct neighbouring country is actually quite enough.
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