- Swedish Radio Kaliber reports.
Prison officers gave four deportees forced sedative injections, reports a Swedish Radio investigation found.
- Shopping centre re-opened.
A shopping centre in central Uppsala was evacuated after a bomb scare Thursday evening, but no explosives were found.
- Didn't offer money directly.
A 24-year-old soccer player accused of bribery and match-fixing in the second-tier Swedish football league, Supperettan, was released today by a district court.
- Service has noted 90 people of interest.
The Swedish Police security and intelligence unit Säpo has increased its estimate of the number of Swedish citizens who have travelled to the Middle East to fight with jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq, and other countries.
- Fossmo could be out by 2020.
The life sentence for the Knutby pastor, Helge Fossmo, convicted of murdering his wife and bank robbery, has been converted to a time-limited sentence which would give him the possibility for a conditional release as soon as 2020 when he will have served 16 years behind bars.
"It could have ended in disaster, now they're focusing on preventing attacks from people returning from Syria and Iraq"(5:44 min)22 oktober kl 13:31
Magnus Ranstorp on Swedish terrorism
The investigation into a suicide bombing in Stockholm in 2010, in which only the bomber was killed, will be closed down, deputy chief prosecutor Agnetha Hilding Qvarnström told a press conference Wednesday morning.No further evidence of help for 2010 suicide bomber.
The investigation into a suicide bombing in Stockholm in 2010, in which only the bomber was killed, will be closed down, deputy chief prosecutor Agnetha Hilding Qvarnström told a press conference Wednesday morning.
- The first comprehensive study here.
How widespread are hate crimes against religious communities in Sweden? As society has become more secular and events in the outside world get confused with the faith of the participants, this seems to have become a problem here.
But it’s hard to say if hate crimes against faith communities here are on the increase, because there’s never been a comprehensive study into the problem. Until now...
- Far too few convictions in Sweden today.
In order to deal with the lack of complaints filed after a rape and few convictions, a new study is recommending that victims be given an advocate, what is known as a claimant counsel, as soon as possible. It would be similar to the immediate granting of defence counsel to charged suspects.
- Police hunt on the E4
A man wearing a ski mask is reported to have car-jacked a limousine from from Arlandastad, near Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, reports Swedish Radio News.
According to a post on the police website, the man used a pistol to take the luxury car. He then drove off down the E4 motorway towards Stockholm, hunted by police, including helicopters, with an alarm out to surrounding police districts.
- Male nurse says they were having a "relationship".
According to a Swedish Radio documentary, at least two psychiatric nurses who had sex with patients suffering from mental illnesses were allowed to continue working in the healthcare sector.
- Found technical faults, lack of documents, and overlong shifts.
Swedish Radio News reports that a recent national inspection found that many heavy vehicles carrying dangerous cargoes suffer from technical faults.
- Killers still at-large.
Swedish police say they've made little headway regarding the murder investigation of Swedish Radio correspondent Nils Horner who was gunned down while working in Afghanistan.
- Supreme Court ruling.
A father jailed for shaking his baby to death had his conviction quashed by the Supreme Court in Stockholm, Thursday.