Assault was so brutal that it caused “a crack in the woman’s abdomen area”
Four African migrants have been charged with the gang rape of a disabled woman in Bromma, Sweden.
The incident took place in May when the migrants, from Eritre, pinned the woman down by her arms and legs, causing severe bruising, before violently assaulting her both vaginally and anally.
The woman, who suffers from a developmental disorder, found herself in a vulnerable situation “partly because of her developmental disorder, partly because she was alone with four offenders in an unfamiliar environment,” said the prosecutor.
The prosecution team is pushing for the attack to be characterized as particularly “ruthless” and “cruel” because of the woman’s mental disability and is pushing for the four culprits, who are aged between 17-20, to be deported back to Eritrea.
This is just the latest example of migrants brutally raping a woman in the Scandinavian country, which has become notorious for its pathological altruism, which was highlighted once again this week when a left wing activist attempted to stop the deportation of an Afghan migrant by preventing a plane form taking off.
It subsequently emerged that the migrant had reportedly been sentenced for assault, meaning the young woman hailed as a hero was coming to the aid of a violent criminal or an actual rapist.
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Surging sexual assaults and rapes have largely been driven by Sweden accepting millions of predominantly Muslim migrants.
A study by the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet found that 88 per cent of gang rapists in the Scandinavian country over the last six years have had a migrant background.