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GRENADE ATTACK in Swedish Suburb

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 9:26
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The war the media refuses to cover.

For the past week here at Geller Report I have reported on the discovery of hand grenades here and  here.

Gordon Grattidge,  Swedish Ambulance chief, spoke of hand grenades being thrown at police in Muslim “no-go zones.”

Here again we see the complete disconnect between what the enemedia and left-wing authoritarians want you to believe and what is real. The enemedia was all over President Trump’s cautionary remarks concerning Sweden’s disastrous migration policy, attacking him for telling the truth. Add this new story the enemedia will not report, cover, or even acknowledge. This is why President Trump called the media “the enemy of the American people.” They’re actively lying to the public to keep them ignorant about what is really happening. The brouhaha over Trump’s remarks about Sweden is a case in point.
President Trump referred to the crisis in Sweden in a recent speech and was widely mocked and yet just weeks ago MPs in Sweden were calling for billions for the police to fight the migrant crime epidemic.

And a government agency admitted there were 50 no go zones. The National Criminal Investigation Service was forced to admit more than 50 areas in were now labelled as “no-go zones”

The former deputy chief of the serious crimes division said: “Our pensioners are on their knees, the schools are a mess, healthcare is an inferno, the police is completely destroyed. Everyone knows why, but no one dares or wants to say why.”

Grenade Attack in Swedish Suburb Leaves One Injured

By Chris Tomlinson , Breitbart, February 27, 2017:

Police have confirmed that a grenade exploded in the Malmo suburb of Lindängen, injuring one in what they are saying was an attempt at murder.

Police cordoned off a townhouse in Malmo’s Lindängen district after reports of an explosion that they believed to have been a hand grenade. One person has been taken to a local hospital with shrapnel injuries according to the authorities and members of Sweden’s national bomb protection were called to the scene newspaper Afton Bladet reports.

“We suspect that there was a grenade,” said police spokesman Calle Persson and added, “there are knowledgeable police officers on site who have concluded this after the object was found at the site and the damage to a person.”

“We examining the case as attempted murder because we believe that the hand grenade thrown with intent to harm. A man has been hit by shrapnel. But if the grenade was directed against him, in particular, I do not know,” he added.

Police say they were called Monday evening just after 9 pm after someone heard an explosion on the property which contains multiple residences.

The national bomb squad is expected to seal off the area and examine the scene for evidence of the cause of the explosion and whether or not any more potential explosive devices are still in the area.

The injured man was taken to hospital with lacerations to one of his legs according to police and is not in life-threatening condition.

A spokesman said that they currently have no suspects in the case and have no suspicion or motive that they are currently examining for the incident.

Another grenade incident occurred earlier Monday when a grenade was discovered in Stockholm in a trash can near the police headquarters in Kista square. The bomb squad was able to remove the grenade without incident.

Last week in the Malmo area of Kronborg, police found a hand grenade in the nearby Pildamma park after scouring the area for weapons relating to a case in which a 15-year-old is suspected of shooting a man. Police said the grenade was unlikely to have any relation to the shooting.

In 2015 Malmo, specifically the no-go suburb of Rosengard, was subject to a number of grenade attacks as many migrants recently travelled from Syria have said they felt like they were back in the war-torn country.

The situation became so bad at one point Sweden had to bring in Goran Mansson who had previously diffused bombs in war zones like the former Yugoslavia, Iraq and Lebanon. “It is strange to be doing almost the same in Malmo that I was doing in



Source: http://pamelageller.com/2017/02/grenade-attack-swedish-suburb.html/

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