Swedish magistrate wrote anti-immigrant letters to Prime Minister

A Swedish magistrate wrote anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim letters to Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt during a period in which she was judging in criminal cases involving immigrants, it has been revealed.

Bodil Schibli, who was a lay judge in Ystad District Court until February, wrote several letters to Reinfeldt imploring the government to “protect its own people” against “these fanatical immigrants, who really have no reason to be here, other than to be supported by taxpayers.”

According to Skånska Dagbladet, she also wrote that Islam should be “forbidden from further spreading itself in our country.”

Contacted by the paper on Thursday, Schibli was unrepentant. She claimed that 90 percent of lay judges in Sweden shared her views. “There has never been a multicultural society that worked – only in the minds of politicians,” she said.

The Local, 11 July 2008

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