Wait a minute. Swedish authorities are intent upon deporting Aileen Strandsson, another Muslim who has converted to Christianity, even though she faces almost certain death for her conversion in her native Iran. What is the difference between her and this Afghan migrant? If Aileen Strandsson raped someone, could she stay in Sweden?
“He violated a 13-year-old in a toilet — he may stay in Sweden because he has become Christian,” translated from “Våldtog 13-åring på toalett – får stanna i Sverige eftersom han blivit kristen,” Samhällsnytt, March 26, 2018 (thanks to Denny):
A 20-year-old asylum-seeker from Afghanistan has been convicted of rape of a child for raping a 13-year-old girl in Hallsberg. The Afghan’s sentence was reduced because he is not considered “fully grown,” and he will also stay in Sweden after serving his sentence, because he has both a wife and children here, and also claims to have converted to Christianity.
It was during the afternoon of December 18 that the 20-year-old Afghan man met the 13-year-old girl outside the Ica supermarket in Hallsberg. The girl was coming home from school and had met the man before. Among other things, he has been at her school and had stated that he was only 15 years old.
The man went into Systembolaget, where he bought whiskey and strong beer, which he gave to the girl until she became heavily drunk. Then he took her to a public toilet and raped her both vaginally and anally. According to a rhetorical toxicology opinion from the Swedish National Board of Medicines, the girl had a 1.9 blood alcohol level when she was raped.
After the rape, the girl tried to get to a bus so she could go home. She walked several times around the parking lot on the way to the bus station. Two teenage girls who were a bit older saw her and understood that something was wrong. They helped the flushed and drunk girl and called her parents.
As the observant teenage girls talked to the girl, they were told that she had been given alcohol and that she had had sex with a guy whom she did not want to have sex with. One of the teenage girls was able to take some pictures of the man with her cellphone, because he was nearby. The girl went that same evening to the University Hospital in Örebro for a medical examination.
Not “fully grown”
Two weeks ago, the verdict was handed down against the 20-year-old Afghan in Örebro District Court: two years imprisonment for rape of a child. He was also convicted of having molested an 18-year-old girl in Västerås in March of last year. He will also pay 145,000 kroner ($17,668) in damages to the girl he raped and 5,000 kroner ($609) in damages to the girl he molested.
The court wrote in its judgment that the Afghan man was not “fully grown” and therefore not “to be judged as strictly as an adult person” — despite having both wife and children in Sweden, and the Afghan couple are awaiting their second child.
According to the judgment, the 20-year-old has a high-level variant of hepatitis B, which is a sexually transmitted disease. When the sentence was given, it said that there was a “concrete risk” that the 13-year-old girl was infected with the disease, something that was not previously known.
Has become Christian
Chamber prosecutor Allen Saruchanjan Sinelnikov requested in his lawsuit deportation for the 20-year-old Afghan. It was a request that the Örebro District Court refused.
The 20-year-old Afghan “has a daughter and a wife in Sweden. The wife is pregnant with an additional child,” the court wrote, claiming that the family “may suffer unreasonably” from the deportation.
In addition, the court believes that Afghan is at risk of “torture and death” in his country of origin, because he claims to have converted to Christianity. “A deportation must not happen,” the court said.
The Afghan child abuser will, therefore, stay in Sweden after serving his sentence. The judgment has been appealed to the Göta Hovrätt….