Sweden is often considered the first country to protect free speech as well as freedom of the press, going back all the way to 1766.  In recent years, its clear they have strayed away from these principles as they crack down on criticism of their migration policy.  Sweden’s population is currently comprised of 2 million immigrants, roughly 20% of their total population.  The country has faced a surge in violent crime from its migrant population, and authorities don’t want Swedish citizens discussing it.  The National Pulse Reports

“Professors from Sweden’s Lund University are facing prosecution from the country’s Ministry of Education for their “ethics” behind a paper demonstrating how most rapes are committed by migrants.

Professor Kristina Sundquist and her colleagues are under investigation by the Board of Appeal for Ethical Review, a body that reports directly to the Swedish Ministry of Education, over whether or not they had “ethical license” to handle “sensitive data.”

The data in question relates to the identities of rapists in Sweden, which culminated in the paper “Swedish Rape Offenders — A Latent Class Analysis.

Due to these findings, the Swedish Ministry of Education launched an investigation to determine if the professors had “ethical permission” to “test the hypothesis if immigrants are overrepresented in statistics on convicted rapists.”

The published results reveal that immigrants are disproportionately overrepresented in rape cases and commit the vast majority of sexual violence, though the authors did not originally set out to find a link between the variable and rape.”

A study published in 2020 by Goran Adamson found that migrants are responsible for roughly 58 percent of total crime in Sweden, and 73 percent of all murder, manslaughter, and attempted murder crimes.

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