Sweden once again proved how unequipped they are for dealing with the mass amount of immigrants that has piled onto their shores.
A Swedish judge was forced to give two African illegal immigrants just 3-and-a-half year sentences after they brutally beat and raped a Swedish woman, after beating her friend so severely that he developed permanent brain damage.
Sweden also says they will attempt to deport one of the migrants.
The crimes committed by 21-year-old migrant from Liberia, Richelieu Jarara, and a Kenyan illegal named Fayed Mwangi, shocked the world.
The female victim who was brutally raped by the duo reportedly tried to make friends with Jarara, inviting him out with several girlfriends and another male friend. Jarara brought his buddy, Mwangi. It wasn’t long before the two decided to sexually harass the girls.
When the male friend stood up for them, they beat him so severely that the migrants thought they killed him.
Then, they turned their attention towards the girls.
The three girls, as well as the attackers, thought the young man had been beaten to death, with Jarara actually uploading a video to Snapchat in which he made light of having “killed a guy”.
He was, in fact, still alive, but unconscious and permanently brain damaged.
Jarara’s younger companion, 19-year-old Mwangi, is said to have “strangled” one of the girls when she tried to intervene, slamming her into a wall and “hurling” her to the floor.
The Kenyan then grabbed another of the girls by the hair, dragged her into the bedroom and raped her. She was also strangled, with the Kenyan threatening to strike her if she screamed.
The ordeal was finally brought to an end when a neighbour burst into the apartment, allowing the girls to flee.
According to the Fria Tider, the court sentenced Mwangi to just two-and-a-half years for his crimes, despite his having raped another woman in May 2016. The government will attempt to deport him afterwards – although he will be allowed to return to the country after ten years, and judges have prevented other European countries, such as the United Kingdom, from following through on deporting criminal migrants after their sentences in the past.
Jarara, who has a string of previous convictions for crimes including theft, serious bodily injury, and resisting arrest, was given a slightly longer sentence – three years – but he will not be deported.