March 26, 2018
We have here a white woman moving to another supposedly white country for hopes of raising a family and living a quiet life.
Instead, she was raped by sand monkeys. Worse, when she called the police, they insisted on taking a statement over the phone with her children in earshot. After being told she could do it in person, she was never contacted again and ignored. She gave the police a witness and the contact information for them, who was also never contacted.
But hey, she got some psychological treatment at least (after a year, of course – those refugees need to have priority for everything).
Agnieszka Wiśniewska says she came to Sweden in 2007 because she wanted to live peacefully. She had read in the newspapers that Sweden was a great country for families with children.
She immigrated, found a job, learned English, and was leading a normal life in Stockholm until the day of the crime.
Although she fought back, Wiśniewska was violently raped in the outskirts of Stockholm. She was shocked by the lack of respect the young Arab men had for her life. She was kicked, beaten, and they grabbed her head and smashed it against a tree trunk.
After the police came, Wiśniewska was taken to hospital for a forensic examination and care for her injuries. Later, she was called by the police and asked to testify over the phone. But her children were home and could hear the conversation, so she suggested that she would prefer to give her account of what happened at the police station.
“No one ever called me again. I was not given the opportunity to give a statement at the police station. There was one witness, a cyclist who passed by during the attack and who stopped to help me. He is a Polish neighbour of mine. His contact information was given to the police, but no one ever contacted him. No one asked him what he had seen or what he remembered. The police never even contacted him,” Wiśniewska says.
When the victim tried to consult a psychologist about the rape and beating, she was told by the clinic that she had to wait because “refugees have traumas too and have priority.” The badly traumitised woman had to wait 11 months until her partner finally said they would contact the media and sue the clinic.