Sweden’s National Police Chief reported for Crimes against the Security of the State

Senast uppdaterad: 2017-10-06

Since early September 2017, Sweden’s recently centralised police force – when 23 regional police authorities became one – the harrassment and persecution of members of the the Nordic Resistance Movemement has seen a dramatic escalation.

The unlawful campaign is instigated and led by the new National Police Chief, Dan Eliasson (Social Democrat), and amounts to “crimes against the security of the state.”

As such, Dan Eliasson and others have been reported to Sweden’s Prosecution Office, where the case has been given the reference number AM-127377-17.

Members of the Resistance Movement assaulted by the police after a soccer game. Clip starts seconds after the inital attack, in which a young man has his head smashed open by a police baton. The angry voices heard are from unwitting bystanders.

The rapid growth of the Resistance Movement, a political party registered with the government’s Election Authority, is apparently more and more perceived as the biggest political threat to the Social Democrat’s decades long dominance in Swedish political life.

Both parties are socialist and claim to represent working class voters, the Social Democrats so with less and less success.

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October 4, 2017

 

The Separate Public Prosecution Office
205 90 Malmö
SWEDEN

 

Reported for crimes against the security of the state:1 the National Police Chief and Police Chiefs in Gothenburg

In September 2017 the Swedish Police force launched a campaign for the purpose of severely restricting the freedom of action for an organisation registered as a political party with Sweden’s Election Authority.2

The rationale of the campaign was to target a public manifestation planned for September 30, 2017 in central Gothenburg.

Excerpt from the Police’s web portal regard the event.

…the police will work offensively for the purpose of prosecuting crimes and disruption of the peace and public order. The local chief of Police Erik Nord emphasize that it is difficult to say in advance what amounts to committing a crime, with respect to “agitation against an ethnic group”,1 meaning that participants need take caution, lest they risk being reported.

It [i.e. what amounts to agitation against an ethnic group] could be uniform-like clothing or wearing clothes of a certain style or colour, certain attributes or emblems or uniform [i.e. coordinated] behaviour such as marching to a beat with flags and shields. There is room for weighing in various factors in order to make an overall assessment, meaning that although the factors in and by themselves do not amount to agitation against an ethnic group, when seen together they will do.

The requisites given by the Police are so vague that they could mean anything or nothing at all – with the effect of the impending risk that would-be participants simply dare not show up for the manifestation, even though this is what they would like to do.

They would abstain from participating out of fear for being arrested and prosecuted for an alleged crime which has no identifiable victim: agitation against an ethnic group.

During a private conversation with the injured party,1 Police Chief Erik Nord made it clear that what upsets him is the flag of the organisation and a general demeanour he describes as ”provocative.”

But what demonstrations do not see attributes, emblems, uniform behaviour, marching to a beat, and flags and shields?

And what does the police mean by ”provocative?”

Will the police henceforth put an end to Pride-marches in Sweden in which adults can be seen walking naked, or wearing diapers or leather-underwear or dog-leashes and in the public space engage in simulated sex-acts?

Are, perhaps, Latin-inspired carnival festivals at risk?

Sweden has a large and growing Muslim population which very well might take offence to lightly dressed women dancing through a city to drum-beats.

The threat delivered by the police against the injured party is not only that it might be prosecuted for hate-speech after the manifestation has taken place, but that the police – during the manifestation – will assault the march for the purpose of arresting its participants.

The police has, on several occasions, made this threat in various national media as well as in private telephone conversations, where the police was the party that called.

According to sources inside the police, the campaign was initiated by National Police Chief Dan Eliasson with the support of something called the NOA-team.

On the local level in Gothenburg, Dan Eliasson has been assisted by local Police Chief Erik Nord and a detective called Magnus Larsson.

Find below the context in which this report needs to be seen:

  1. A nation-wide campaign of escalated harassments and assaults on the injured party perpetrated by the police.
  2. That the injured party on September 17th with great success executed an identical manifestation, as ”a dress rehearsal” for the September 39 event. This manifestation clearly demonstrated that the presence of the Police was redundant and confirmed that if the presence of police had any effect at all, it was rather to encourage attacks by political opponents.

In short: the actions and modus operandi of the Police on the national level as well as the local level in Gothenburg, clearly fulfil the legal requisites of “crimes against the security of the state” (Swedish: högmĂ„lsbrott), including ”crimes against civil liberties” (brott mot medborgerlig frihet).

The Law:

Criminal Code section 18:5

5 § Anyone who practices undue coercion or unlawful threats with the intention of influencing public opinion or interfering with the freedom of action in a political organization or occupational or business union, thereby endangering the freedom of expression, assembly or association, is convicted of crimes against civil liberties up to six years in jail.

Suspects:

Dan Eliasson
National Police Chief

Erik Nord
Local Police Chief
Greater Gothenburg

Magnus Larsson
Detective
Greater Gothenburg

Period:

September 2017.

Injured parties/victims:

  1. The Nordic Resistance Movement
  2. The People of Sweden

Sincerely,

AnmÀlan högmÄlsbrott: rikspolischefen samt polischefer i Göteborg

KĂ€ra mottagare

ANMÄLAN HÖGMÅLSBROTT: RIKSPOLISCHEFEN SAMT POLISCHEFER I GÖTEBORG

September 2017 sjösatte polisen i Sverige en kampanj för syftet att kraftigt inskrÀnka handlingsfriheten för en hos valmyndigheten registrerad politisk organisation inför en manifestation i Göteborg den 30:e september.

Polisens hemsida.

...myndigheten kommer att arbeta offensivt för att beivra brott och ordningsstörningar. Han betonar att det kan vara svÄrt att i förvÀg sÀga var grÀnsen för brottslig handling gÄr nÀr det gÀller rubriceringen hets mot folkgrupp. Som demonstrant bör man dÀrför vara försiktig om man inte vill riskera att rapporteras:

Det kan handla om uniform klÀdsel eller klÀdsel av visst snitt och fÀrg, vissa attribut eller emblem och om uniformt upptrÀdande som att till exempel taktfast marschera med fanor och sköldar. Det finns utrymme att vÀga in olika faktorer till en samlad bedömning, Àven om de var för sig i lagens mening inte hade ansetts sprida ett meddelande av ett givet slag...

De kriterier polismyndigheten angett Ă€r sĂ„ vaga att det kan betyda vad som helst eller ingenting – vilket resulterar i den överhĂ€ngande faran att presumptiva deltagare helt enkelt inte vĂ„gar delta i manifestationen, Ă€ven om de skulle vilja.

Av rÀdsla att bli gripna och lagförda för ett brott utan offer: hets mot folkgrupp.

I privata kontakter med mĂ„lsĂ€ganden har polisen klargjort att vad de stör sig pĂ„ Ă€r organisationens fana samt ett upptrĂ€dande polisen beskriver som ”provocerande.”

Men vilka demonstrationer har inte inslag av attribut, emblem, uniformt upptrÀdande, taktfast marscherande eller ser nÀrvaron av fanor och sköldar?

Och vad lĂ€gger polisen för vĂ€rderingar i begreppet ”provocerande?”

Avser polisen att hÀdanefter stoppa alla PridetÄg i Sverige dÀr vuxna mÀnniskor gÄr omkring nakna eller i blöjor eller lÀdertrosor eller hundkoppel och pÄ offentlig plats Àgnar sig Ät simulerade sexhandlingar?

Ligger latinamerikanskt inspirerade karnevalstÄg i farozonen?

Sverige har ju en stor och vÀxande muslimsk befolkning som mycket vÀl kan tÀnkas uppleva lÀttklÀdda damer som dansar ned för en gata till trummor som provocerande.

Polisens hot mot mĂ„lsĂ€ganden handlar inte heller bara om att deltagare i manifestationen i efterhand kan bli rapporterade och Ă„talade för hets mot folkgrupp, utan att polisen – under pĂ„gĂ„ende manifestation – angriper demonstrationstĂ„get med avsikten att gripa dessa mĂ€nniskor.

Polisen har framfört hoten mot mÄlsÀganden i olika media liksom i tfnsamtal dÀr man ringt upp mÄlsÀganden.

KÀllor inifrÄn polismyndigheten anger att kampanjen initierades av rikspolischef Dan Eliasson med stöd av nÄgot som heter NOA-gruppen.

PÄ lokal nivÄ i Göteborg har Eliasson bistÄtts av bland andra omrÄdespolischef Erik Nord och yttre kommissarie Magnus Larsson.

Kontexten i vilken anmÀlan skall ses Àr:

1. Den i hela riket eskalerade kampanj av trakasserier och misshandel av mÄlsÀgande som polisen synes Àgna sig Ät

2. Att den politiska organisationen den 17:e september pÄ plats i Göteborg med stor framgÄng genomförde en generalrepetition av den manifestation som planerats till den 30:e. Manifestationen visade klart att polisens nÀrvaro icke var pÄkallade, samt att den hade nÄgon effekt överhuvudtaget sÄ var det snarare att eskalera attackerna frÄn den handfull med motdemonstranter som uppmÀrksammade manifestationen.

Rikspolisens och Göteborgspolisens handlingar och tillvĂ€gagĂ„ngssĂ€tt uppfyller lagens villkor för högmĂ„lsbrott, nĂ€rmare bestĂ€mt ”brott mot medborgerlig frihet.”

Lagrummet:

Brottsbalken 18:5

5 § Den som övar olaga tvÄng eller olaga hot med uppsÄt att pÄverka den allmÀnna Äsiktsbildningen eller inkrÀkta pÄ handlingsfriheten inom politisk organisation eller yrkes- eller nÀringssammanslutning och dÀrigenom sÀtter yttrande-, församlings- eller föreningsfriheten i fara, dömes för brott mot medborgerlig frihet till fÀngelse i högst sex Är.

MisstÀnkta:

Dan Eliasson
Rikspolischef

Erik Nord
OmrÄdespolischef
Storgöteborg

Magnus Larsson
Yttre kommissarie

Brottsperiod:

September 2017.

MÄlsÀgande:

1. Nordiska MotstÄndsrörelsen
2. Hela svenska folket

Högaktningsfullt,

>>>>>>>> ENGLISH TRANSLATION <<<<<<<< October 4, 2017 The Separate Public Prosecution Office 205 90 Malmö SWEDEN Reported for crimes against the security of the state:1 the National Police Chief and Police Chiefs in Gothenburg In September 2017 the Swedish Police force launched a campaign for the purpose of severely restricting the freedom of action for an organisation registered as a political party with Sweden's Election Authority.2 The rationale of the campaign was to target a public manifestation planned for September 30, 2017 in central Gothenburg. Excerpt from the Police's web portal regard the event.3 ...the police will work offensively for the purpose of prosecuting crimes and disruption of the peace and public order. The local chief of Police Erik Nord emphasize that it is difficult to say in advance what amounts to committing a crime, with respect to “agitation against an ethnic group”,4 meaning that participants need take caution, lest they risk being reported . It [i.e. what amounts to agitation against an ethnic group] could be uniform-like clothing or wearing clothes of a certain style or colour, certain attributes or emblems or uniform [i.e. coordinated] behaviour such as marching to a beat with flags and shields. There is room for weighing in various factors in order to make an overall assessment, meaning that although the factors in and by themselves do not amount to agitation against an ethnic group, when seen together they will do. The requisites given by the Police are so vague that they could mean anything or nothing at all – with the effect of the impending risk that would-be participants simply dare not show up for the manifestation, even though this is what they would like to do. They would abstain from participating out of fear for being arrested and prosecuted for an alleged crime which has no identifiable victim: agitation against an ethnic group. During a private conversation with the injured party,5 Police Chief Erik Nord made it clear that what upsets him is the flag of the organisation and a general demeanour he describes as ”provocative.”6 But what demonstrations do not see attributes, emblems, uniform behaviour, marching to a beat, and flags and shields? And what does the police mean by ”provocative?” Will the police henceforth put an end to Pride-marches in Sweden in which adults can be seen walking naked, or wearing diapers or leather-underwear or dog-leashes and in the public space engage in simulated sex-acts? Are, perhaps, Latin-inspired carnival festivals at risk? Sweden has a large and growing Muslim population which very well might take offence to lightly dressed women dancing through a city to drum-beats. The threat delivered by the police against the injured party is not only that it might be prosecuted for hate-speech after the manifestation has taken place, but that the police – during the manifestation – will assault the march for the purpose of arresting its participants. The police has, on several occasions, made this threat in various national media as well as in private telephone conversations, where the police was the party that called.7 According to sources inside the police, the campaign was initiated by National Police Chief Dan Eliasson with the support of something called the NOA-team8 On the local level in Gothenburg, Dan Eliasson has been assisted by local Police Chief Erik Nord and a detective called Magnus Larsson.9 Find below the context in which this report needs to be seen: 1. A nation-wide campaign of escalated harassments and assaults on the injured party perpetrated by the police.10 2. That the injured party on September 17th with great success executed an identical manifestation, as ”a dress rehearsal” for the September 39 event. This manifestation clearly demonstrated that the presence of the Police was redundant and confirmed that if the presence of police had any effect at all, it was rather to encourage attacks by political opponents.11 In short: the actions and modus operandi of the Police on the national level as well as the local level in Gothenburg, clearly fulfil the legal requisites of “crimes against the security of the state” (Swedish: högmĂ„lsbrott), including ”crimes against civil liberties” (brott mot medborgerlig frihet). The Law. Criminal Code section 18:5 5 § Anyone who practices undue coercion or unlawful threats with the intention of influencing public opinion or interfering with the freedom of action in a political organization or occupational or business union, thereby endangering the freedom of expression, assembly or association, is convicted of crimes against civil liberties up to six years in jail. Suspects: Dan Eliasson National Police Chief Erik Nord Local Police Chief Greater Gothenburg Magnus Larsson Detective Greater Gothenburg Period: September 2017. Injured parties/victims: 1. The Nordic Resistance Movement 2. The people of Sweden Sincerely,

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