Dr. Bilyana Martinovski explains what led to her firing from the position of Associate Professor of Human-Machine Interaction at the University of Stockholm, after she began a research project about ways to assist gang rape victims with PTSD.
After finding that the state did not keep official statistics of rape cases in Sweden, she found an American website, GangRapeSweden.com which listed the verdicts of all gang rapes from 2012 to 2017.
She contacted the 43 district courts involved in these cases requesting verdicts and other details, and was shocked by the volume of information she received.
Her troubles began when she noticed a report from the website on Twitter, and retweeted it, confirming the veracity of the court cases listed on the site.
Activists began a letter writing campaign against her, calling her a “Nazi.” The university, with no due process, informed her that she had been removed from her position.
With an election coming on Sunday, Martinovski is speaking out about the way Sweden accepts and promotes leftist extremism even to the point of making the right of physical safety a political issue that interferes with rape victims getting the help they need.