67-year-old threatened to blow up the Swedish Enforcement Agency – standing as a canadidate for SD this autumn
On 12 October last year, the 67-year-old called the Swedish Enforcement Agency in Kristianstad.
According to a woman who worked at the customer service department, he was very angry following enforcement measures and told the customer service advisor that "they should stay away from his money" and "if they take a penny from him, it would be the end of the Swedish Enforcement Agency".
According to the verdict, the conversation ended with him stating that he would blow up the Swedish Enforcement Agency in Kristianstad. Then he hung up.
The 67-year-old is standing as a candidate for the Swedish Democrats (SD) in Östra Göinge ahead of the election this autumn.
In addition to the threat against the Swedish Enforcement Agency, the 67-year-old is also being charged for breach of domiciliary peace after refusing to leave a relative’s property.
According to the relative, the 67-year-old said, "you should not be here, you need to get out", among other things.
Göte Färm – group leader for the Swedish Democrats in Östra Göinge is disappointed to hear about the charges against the 67-year-old.
– We have now started a case of expulsion and requested that it be handled as a matter of urgency. In the meantime, he’s on a time out, he has been suspended.