More than one hundred people turned out to cheer and show their support for fourteen Polish nationals who appeared in a Swedish court on Friday for allegedly planning a mass attack on a nonwhite invader camp.
According to the Local’s Swedish news service, the crowd made such a noise that detention hearings for the suspects were delayed.
Their appearance in court is linked to an alleged plan to target nonwhite invaders living in “asylum housing” on a campsite in Nynäshamn, a small town in a rural area south of Stockholm.
The men were arrested in their cars on a nearby road on Monday evening. According to a police statement, “batons, knives, iron bars, and axes” were found in their vehicles.
The suspects are understood to live and work in Sweden, while others are believed to have been staying in the country temporarily, the Local continued, adding that the police had claimed they were all members of the “far-right.”
Swedish police vehicles at the arrest scene.
According to the Helsingborgs Dagblad newspaper, one of the fourteen was released because he is only 17, but the rest were charged with conspiracy to aggravated assault.
The police have been given until February 25 to complete their investigation, when the court will decide if the case is strong enough to go to trial.
All the suspects deny the allegations, the Helsingborgs Dagblad continued, quoting a court official who confirmed that the case was by no means solid and that the state was still unsure if the men were even all connected.
Furthermore, the official said, the strength of the allegations would “vary” in conjunction with each individual, as the main “evidence” upon which the state was relying were Facebook posts.
These alleged Facebook posts were tracked by the Aftonbladet newspaper, which, as shown earlier, does not shrink from engaging in outright lies about anybody who opposes the nonwhite invasion of Europe.
- Update: The Swedish police have denied saying that the suspects included Ukrainian citizens. This report has been changed to reflect this fact.