Örebro police officer Peter Springare is no longer suspected of a crime. Prosecutors have decided to close the investigation against Springare, who on Facebook revealed both names and nationalities of suspected criminals, the state prosecutor's office said in a statement.
"Prosecutors at the Special Prosecution Office has decided to close the investigation in a highly publicized case in which a policeman made posts on Facebook" writes the prosecutor's office in a statement.
- Here a police officer has in his spare time made a post on his private Facebook page, which is open to the public. The post has been widely shared. His statement does not constitute a crime of hate speech, writes chief prosecutor Maria Sterup in the decision.
You can read Peter Springare's "controversial" post here:
Swedish policeman reported to the police for telling the truth
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