Malmö police wrote

about their bloody everyday life

about their bloody everyday life
Despite all this awfulness, we continue to fight every day. Had I not believed that the future could change, I probably would not have been able to continue. The politicians must open their eyes right now.

A 15-year-old was shot cold-blooded to death in Malmö on Saturday.

The same night in the same city, a woman was almost beaten to death with a plank.

The intervening Malmö police got that night enough and wrote a letter to Parliament.

- Despite all this awfulness, we continue to fight every day. The politicians must open their eyes right now, says to Aftonbladet.

On Thursday, some MPs received an unusual email in their inbox. A police officer had written a letter telling him about the bloody everyday life he and his colleagues are experiencing in Malmö.

It was after Saturday night’s events in Malmö, where a 15-year-old cold-blooded was shot to death outside a pizzeria and a woman waiting for the bus was brutally beaten with a plank.

“As I write this, I lie in bed. Although I have been awake for a day and worked for 16 hours, it is impossible to relax. […] For the past 24 hours, my closest colleagues and I have tried to save lives for a dead child. We have also managed to save the life of a woman who has been brutally assaulted and close to death with an affection. We have seen the remains of a man whose entire body is giving up. [...]

He also writes about what the Malmö police have been with for the past year, and how unusually violent it has been.

MP Noria Manouchi, (M), was one of the recipients of the e-mail. She felt great sadness as she read the policeman’s words.

- This is the first time I’ve received an email of this caliber, and from a police officer. I immediately felt I had to do more, much more. It must pay more to be a police officer.

During a debate in Parliament on Thursday, she raised the issue of the letter with Deputy Prime Minister Isabella Lövin (MP).

- But I felt that more people had to take part in this, says Noria Manouchi (M).

On Facebook, the response was great. The letter has been divided into several different groups and many have expressed their irritation, partly because police officers do not have higher salaries and partly because the horrors only continue in Malmö.

Police: "Saturday night crept under our skin"

The police officer , who want to be anonymous, tell Aftonbladet that he was not prepared for the letter to get such a large spread.
- I don’t want to put on a superhero costume, but I want to tell the public and the politicians how much the police actually do and what our everyday life looks like in Malmö.
Over the past year, he and his closest colleagues have been involved in several horrific events.
- It has been such a terrible meaningless violence where many innocents have been affected. The events during Saturday night really crept under our skin.
He thinks that the extra police officers who are being added to Malmö now through Operation rimfrost had to be permanently needed.
- We police are sitting on a very real problem picture and I can feel that the politicians should talk to us more. Sometimes things are discussed over our heads. But they do not have the same picture as we have and then it will be difficult to solve the problems.
"The politicians must open their eyes now"
Saturday’s event will take a long time to process. Mentally it has been a raffle of thoughts, he says.
- Despite all this awfulness, we continue to fight every day. Had I not believed that the future could change, I probably would not have been able to continue. The politicians must open their eyes right now.
“In a few hours I’ll go to work again. I’ll put on my partially soaked work clothes and go out again. Out in the profession where tragedy is everyday. In the profession where humanity’s darkest room is our offices. In the profession where one can handle the remains of an executed child. In the profession where you are exposed to threats and violence in order to protect society but do not receive damages because society believes that we must endure it. In the profession where society gives us SEK 26,000 in monthly salary before tax. "

Source: Aftonbladet

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