A 19 year old girl was brutally murdered by her 16 year old brother in her apartment in Landskrona, Sweden, on 23rd April last year. The appalling murder was described as an “honour” killing by the Court, and the savage killer (now 17) was sentenced to eight years in prison on Tuesday of this week.
Whatever happened to the concept of the punishment fitting the crime?
The dangerous teenage muderer is an Iraqi Kurd and a Muslim ( what a shock !) and he is apparently “in shock” over what his misguided lawyer described as an “extremely harsh” sentence and plans to appeal!
If the appeal is successful (and that is a grim possibility in liberal Sweden,) does he expect this butcher to walk free after four years (or less?)
This muderer should be facing a death sentence or life imprisonment for the torture-murder of his defenceless sister and such sentences would send a warning to other Muslims in Sweden who may have murder in mind, that such wicked acts of violence will be met with the full force of the law.
Is it likely (or possible) for liberal Sweden to adopt a “tough on crime” policy when multiculturalism i.e no culture is any better or any worse than another, dictates public policy and influences the sentences handed down by Judges?