Sweden - Terrorist sanctuary

 
Sweden - Terrorist sanctuary
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"The applicant has undergone weapons training with IS. Not investigated." - The recklessness within the Swedish Immigration Board, has for the second time in a short while become a terrifying topic.

The Swedish Immigration Board's shortcomings regarding asylum investigations are so severe that war criminals and terrorists are "slipping through," reports Swedish Radio.

If there during an asylum investigation are signs that a person may have committed war crimes or other crimes against humanity, it must be investigated by the Immigration Board. According to the main principle, such a person is not entitled to a residence permit in Sweden.

But an examination by P1's program Kaliber, of the Migration Board's so-called quality reports, shows that relevant questions are not asked during investigation interviews.

Only in half of those cases where there have been a reason to ask questions, an investigation has been made.

This is the second time in a short while that this issue has been addressed:

READ: Sweden sounds the alarm: Major flaws in asylum investigations

P1 has also gone through twelve quality reports from various local Migration Boards, and found several examples of serious shortcomings.

In cases where sufficient investigation were not performed, it for example said:

"The applicant has undergone weapons training with IS. Not investigated."

"The applicant has been in the military in Eritrea, and participated in battle. The applicant also states that he worked as a guard in the prison, it had been legitimate to ask questions about this."

When asked how many people who may have received a residence permit but really should not have been in Sweden because they have committed crimes against humanity or war crimes, Fredrik Beijer, Director of Legal Affairs at the Board answers:

- I can not say. Normally when you have an indication that someone may have committed a war crime, it turns out when you go through the matter carefully that they have not done it, or that it can not be proven. So it's really hard to say.

Beijer will not speculate on how many it's about, but points out that he is absolutely not satisfied with the result.

Beijer said previously that one explanation for the shortcomings may be that the agency had hired many new employees as a result of the asylum chaos.

Many Swedes, who now have to live among terrorists and war criminals because of the reckless Immigration Board, are at the same time becoming increasingly more terrified:

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