A video shows the moment police come knocking on the door as a Swedish woman is being gang raped by three Muslim men and the video broadcasted live to the world via Facebook.
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The clip is from Sunday morning and is recorded in an apartment in Uppsala, where a Swedish woman in her 30s was raped during the night. The assault was sent live via Facebook, and had hundreds of people to react.
- Listen! I'll [email protected] out tonight, I swear on my mother I'll make chaos here now, says the man who is 24 years old and is an immigrant from Iran.
- I'll make chaos here now. I do not care what who I am bothered by, she has already said who she was raped by, he continues smilingly, pointing to the raped woman.
Just a few seconds later the doorbell rings. Outside stands the police. The 24-year-old and his two friends are arrested and taken to the police station for questioning. Later in the afternoon all three are charged, suspected of aggravated rape.
According to Expressen, the 24-year-old has previously been reported for raping another woman. The woman, who today is 21 years old, reported the man for rape in October 2015, but her case was closed. She tells the newspaper that she was one of those who watched the live broadcast on Facebook, and that she recognised the rapist.
- I got anxiety when I saw him, she says.
The 24-year-old man is well known to the police, and like the other offenders, he is an immigrant from the Middle East. He has already several convictions, including assault, drug offenses and theft.
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