Chris Tomlinson reports at Breitbart:
Sweden has proposed banning the public use of legal document search engine Lexbase, which is used to identify the ethnic origins of Swedish criminal suspects.
According to the Swedish government, the data released by the website is too sensitive for the public and should be limited only to professionals like lawyers, journalists, and researchers. Previously, the website was protected under the Swedish Freedom of Expression Act, but the new legislation could limit what data they are allowed to release, Dagens Industri reports.
"For many years, the Swedish government has stopped the collection of statistics relating to the ethnic or religious background of criminals, making it difficult for researchers to track the correct rate of migrant crime, as opposed to crimes committed by native Swedes," Tomlinson reports.
"Some, like police officer Peter Springare, have claimed that the majority of serious crimes are committed by migrants or individuals from migrant backgrounds," Tomlinson continues. "Others have used freedom of information requests to look at crimes on a case-by-case basis and track the rate at which criminals born overseas have offended."
In addition, "one research project attempted to look solely at cases of gang rape in Sweden and found, through examining court documents, that nine out of 10 gang rapes were committed by asylum seekers and individuals with a migration background," Tomlinson reports.
In October of this year, Swedish lawyer Elizabeth Fritz said, "The rape reports are increasing and at my desk and I have many rapes and group violence. The majority of the suspects I meet in these cases have a foreign background," according to Breitbart.
"Now that Leftists in Sweden have discovered they have wrecked their own country by importing hordes of migrant criminals and appeasing them, they need to censor the truth to protect their careers," a commenter states below the Breitbart article.