Two migrants to Sweden – one Liberian and the other from Keyna, first beat a Swedish man into unconsciousness and then followed up by raping a native girl.
The events took place in Kista (near Stockholm), at an apartment which the two migrants had been invited to by a group of one man and three women – all Swedes.
By all accounts, the migrants began to harass the women, before deeming the one Swedish man present a threat to their advances.
They proceeded to pepper spray the young man in the face, before beating and kicking him into unconsciousness.
The beating was frenzied, and left the victim with “multiple cerebral haemorrhages, severe swelling and bruises all over his body, as well as bone fractures and open wounds”.
The two men, named Richelieu Jarara and Fayed Mwangi, are aged 21 and 19.
The ingrates believed that they had killed him and uploaded a video to Snapchat in which they joked about the murder.
According to Breitbart, Mwangi assaulted one of the Swedish women by strangling her when she attempted to intervene in the violence, and subsequently:
“The Kenyan then grabbed another of the girls by the hair, dragged her into the bedroom and raped her. She was also strangled, with the Kenyan threatening to strike her if she screamed.”
The (all too common) event was only ended when a neighbour broke into the apartment and put a stop to proceedings.
Kenyan Mwangi is known to have raped another Swedish woman almost a year ago – he will serve a mere two and a half year prison sentence before he may be deported, but given the current trend for European judges to block deportations it seems unlikely.
Liberian Jarara has quite a history of violent crimes committed in Sweden – despite this, he will serve a mere three year sentence and subsequently be allowed to continue living in the country (and presumably raping and beating it’s citizens.)
Liberia has a short and brutal history – begun as a ‘return to Africa’ colony for ex-American slaves, the returning slaves quickly enslaved the natives and continued to do so for almost a century and half.
Since then, Liberia has remained in a constant state of war and poverty, and is famous for it’s warlords, hard drug use and most disturbingly of all: cannibalism.
Kenya too has a troubled history, and maintains a disproportionately high crime rate in all parts of the country.
News of these rulings comes just days after it was decided that two Afghan migrants would be allowed to remain in Sweden, despite having gang raped an unconscious woman and live streamed it to Facebook in January.