Stockholm Syndrome still in Stockholm

Stockholm Syndrome still in Stockholm
Yet another foreign TV crew has ended up i trouble going into a Swedish no-go zone.

It was in late September Ami Horowitz told Fox about the attack, and now the full clip of the incident has been published.

American film producer Ami Horowitz travelled to the Swedish capital to examine the effects of immigration in the country himself. But after entering the Husby area of the city, he claims he was immediately set upon by a gang of men who took objection to him filming.

The documentary maker says he was punched, kicked and choked by five migrants after entering a ‘no-go’ zone in Stockholm.

Horowitz has previously made the excellent documentary about the UN, "U.N. Me".

The moment the documentary maker is punched, kicked and choked by five migrants’ after entering ‘no-go’ zone in Swedish city:

And here is the situation in Gothenburg, documented by the Norwegian national broadcaster NRK:

[Stockholm Syndrome: Formally named in 1973 when four hostages were taken during a bank robbery in Stockholm, Sweden, Stockholm syndrome is also commonly known as ‘capture bonding’. The syndrome’s title was developed when the victims of the Stockholm bank robbery defended their captors after being released and would not agree to testify in court against them.]

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