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Was I wrong about the bombing in Gothenburg?

The Swedish police authorities now believe that the bombing in Gothenburg wasn't gang-related. So, was I wrong in my last article?
Was I wrong about the bombing in Gothenburg?
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Earlier this week, I wrote about the bombing of a residential building in Gothenburg, Sweden. In the article, I argued that the Swedish state had succumbed to the migrant gangs and that this bombing was just a part of a larger pattern.

The Swedish police authorities now have a main suspect, a Polish (Jewish according to some sources) man named Maciej Gumkowski, who allegedly was really pissed off because his mom was getting evicted from the building.

So, was I wrong in my earlier article? Well, it might be that this particular bombing was not a part of the migrant gang trend, but that doesn't really change much.

We also still don't know if Gumkowski was behind the bombing, but it seems like the police have some good leads.

I will get back to the subject of migrant gangs and clans in the future and talk more about how it has affected the crime statistics in Sweden.