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  1. #1 " Swedish Police Under GunFire " 
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    Malmö police station attacked by gunfire

    The police station in Malmö district Rosengård, in the south of Sweden, was fired upon early Saturday morning. "At 4:29 a.m. police on location alerted us about the gunshots," Hanna Berndtsson, Skåne police information officer, told the TT news agency.

    No one was physically injured by the shooting. "There were police officers on the second floor of the building, but the shots were fired towards the first floor, so there were no injuries."
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    At this moment the police have no information about the type of weapon used, or the reason for the shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
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    At this moment the police have no information about the type of weapon used, or the reason for the shooting.
    Well gee. I wonder who could have done it. Maybe they could ask themselves if this r happened before the arrival of hundred of thousands of Muzzies?

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    Friday, November 26, 2004
    By Steve Harrigan
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    MALMO, Sweden — Swedish authorities in the southern city of Malmo (search) have been busy with a sudden influx of Muslim immigrants — 90 percent of whom are unemployed and many who are angry and taking it out on the country that took them in.
    "If we park our car it will be damaged — so we have to go very often in two vehicles, one just to protect the other vehicle," said Rolf Landgren, a Malmo police officer.
    Fear of violence has changed the way police, firemen and emergency workers do their jobs.
    There are some neighborhoods Swedish ambulance drivers will not go to without a police escort. Angry crowds have threatened them, telling them which patient to take and which ones to leave behind.
    Because Sweden has some of the most liberal asylum laws in Europe, one quarter of Malmo's 250,000 population is now Muslim, changing the face and the idea of what it means to be Swedish. Asylum seekers may bring spouses, brothers and grandparents with them. Civil servants say the city is swamped.


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