Gang attacked security officers in Sweden (again)

Gang attacked security officers in Sweden (again)
Muslim gangs are now attacking security officers in Sweden, those who respond when alarms go off. When security officers no longer dare to respond, the gangs can break in wherever they want. Simple plan.

A security officer has been hospitalized after a large gang attacked two security officers in Bergsjön, reports Expressen.

Recently, security officers from several security companies were forbidden to enter the area of Sylte in Trollhättan without being escorted by police, after being attacked and having their patrol car set ablaze, and the attacks on security officers seem to spread.

READ: Security officers forbidden to go to parts of Swedish city

The two officers in Bergsjön were escorting shop employees to their cars after closing hours when the attack occurred.

According to the police, a large gang of up to 20 masked persons attacked the two security officers by throwing stones at them and beating up one of them, who was also beaten with a baton and later taken to hospital with head injuries. The other security officer managed to escape.

The police are interested in witnesses coming forward.

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