After the Swedish policeman Peter Springare in a Facebook post revealed who those who are behind the serious crime in Sweden are, he has received a lot of support in the form of flowers and most likely chocolate sent to the police station.
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This is something that the Swedish media actually are banned from showing. The order not to photograph the bouquets and presents comes straight from the top, police admit. According to the newspaper Nyheter Idag, who asked the police for a photo or to send over a photographer to cover the story, the answer was no.
- Unfortunately, we will not give out any pictures. The only thing we can give out is how many bouquets that have come, but no images. That is an order I have received from above, says station commander Johanna Mattsson to the newspaper.
Örebro police spokesman Anders Sjöberg explains to the newspaper that the flowers can pose a security risk, but claims that he has not heard that such an order has been given.
However, when the media again contact the station commander, she insists that the order still applies and that no photos will be available.
The flower bouquets are sent to Peter Springare after he published a Facebook post where he speaks out about his job as a criminal investigator. There he lists the last week crimes that he has worked with and notes that almost all suspects are perpetrators who have an immigrant background.
But to show the support for the truth, however, banned.
READ: Swedish policeman reported to the police for telling the truth
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