A 15-year-old boy stood up to a muslim migrant who was trying to rape a teenage school girl and paid the ultimate price for his bravery. The troubling part is what comes after. The father is accusing the state of arranging a cover-up, and ignoring the migration problem in Sweden.
The boy was Arminas Pileckas, a Lithuanian native who lived with his family in Sweden. When he tried to protect his classmate from being sexually abused, the migrant stabbed him in the back and right through to his heart.
Remember when libtards blasted Trump for talking about terrorism in Sweden? Well, this is just one of the migrant problems they have had.
Arminas’ father told the Lyrtas: “He was hard-working, cheerful and had a lot of Swedish friends. All loved him… The Swedish press writes that Arminas assaulted the student, but that is not the case…. our son saw that boy take the girl. He stopped him and they got into a fight”.
Breitbart has more:
While the killing of a European on his first day back at school by a migrant pupil has received minimal press coverage in Sweden, it has been practically ignored across the rest of Europe, a state of affairs his father has called a ‘cover-up’.
In an angry interview with his native Lithuanian press, Arminas’ father said he hadn’t even been approached for interviews by the Swedish press after the death of his son, while the same Swedish media rushed to interview the father of the killer. He said in Lithuania the migrant problem was frankly and openly discussed, while in Sweden “everything is being kept hidden”.
This week the mainstream left-wing paper Aftonbladet published a sympathetic interview with the father of the 14 year old migrant killer who accused the dead boy of not defending the teenage girl, but instead beign guilty of bullying his migrant classmate. In a remarkable admission of the alien culture the accused came from, the father of the “Arab student” told the paper the school had done nothing in the wake of the altercation in December:
“The school did nothing to help him and establish his honour. Instead, my son had to meet this 15 year old every day. It made him very upset”.
Aftonbladet did not question whether hurt honour was a sufficient reason for killing a classmate, nor did it report on the teenage girl Arminas is said to have lost his life over or the Syrian origin of the suspected killer.