According to recent reports, the Swedish media has been working to censor the murder of a student by a Muslim refugee.
Reports indicate that a Lithuanian student, Arminas Pileckas, was murdered during the first day back at school by a Syrian refugee, after being bullied the previous semester. It is believed that this was a pre-meditated murder, and that he had been planning and researching the attack since last fall, when the victim had intervened during the assault of a female classmate.
It is reported that Arminas intervened to protect a female school-mate from being sexually assaulted in December, only to have the Syrian he defended her from stab him in the back and through the heart on the first day of the next term.
Of course, the victim’s father expressed his outrage that he had not been approached for interviews by the Swedish press following the death of his son. Meanwhile, the media was knocking down the door to interview the father of the killer.
“Everything is being kept hidden,” the victim’s father commented on the Swedish media.
The murder is being practically ignored across the rest of Europe, Pileckas added. And when it is being covered, it is being told from a sympathetic viewpoint of the father of the murderer.
“He was hard-working, cheerful and had a lot of Swedish friends,” Pileckas has said, discounting rumors of bullying. “All loved him…the Swedish press writes that Arminas assaulted the student, but that is not the case…our son saw that boy take the girl. He stopped him and they got into a fight.”