In an interview on Hungarian TV, a Swedish-born woman details the reasons she and many like her make the decision to leave the country rather than suffer daily abuse at the hands of migrants while the state fails to protect its citizens.
After the interview aired, Natalie Contessa began receiving death threats and is now under 24 hour protection.
Natalie Contessa received death threats, her address made public, and her community site was hacked after she gave an exclusive interview to M1 TV about the Swedish refugee situation. She is now under 24-hour personal protection by former special operation soldiers.
Natalie Contessa has lived in Sweden for almost 40 years and moved to Hungary because of the deterioration of public security in the country. In an exclusive interview with M1 TV, she talked about migrant crime in Swedish cities, that the police ignore.
The woman received death threats after the interview, and the liberal media launched a smear campaign against her by publishing info about her personal life to undermine her credibility. The intimidation campaign and the threats are ongoing so she filed a complaint with police.