Four children in Uppsala, north of Stockholm, all between 16 and 24 years of age, were allegedly held captive by their father, who kept them from attending school.
The father claims that the children received schooling abroad, but evidence points to that the children got no education at all. How could the family have fallen through the massive Swedish social system? And who is responsible?
Radio Sweden's Linda Nyberg spoke to Lars Karlsson of Save the Children Sweden and Hans Albin Larsson of the School Inspection Administration.