When a wheelchair-bound woman was gang-raped in Visby, Sweden on October 2, 2016, by five migrants, it sparked a vigorous debate.
Even more so when the five were released after only a few days. Some sources claimed it was because the handicapped woman did not put up enough resistance.
Jan Sjunnesson, who did the interview below, managed to raise a decent some of money for the victim.
A wheelchair-bound woman was gang-raped by up to six migrants at a Swedish asylum centre after asking if she could use their toilet, it has been reported.
The woman, in her 30s, was sharing a taxi home with a man after going in the medieval town of Visby on Sweden's Gotland island when she asked to stop off.
Her fellow passenger invited her inside before she was brutally set upon in the toilet, her lawyer said.
[...] Sweden's Expressen newspaper reported that the suspects were all asylum seekers and that the attack allegedly took place at asylum accommodation.