Sweden: Female Police Threatened with Rape Unless They 'Submit to Islamic State'
Additional threats made against other officers' families
A man has been convicted in a Swedish court for making threats of rape against two female police officers unless they "submit to the Islamic State."
34-year-old Fadi Daoud was found guilty of threatening the two cops along with making additional threats against other officers' families when he was arrested in Norrköping, Sweden in May 2017.
Police had responded to a call after Daoud was seen climbing onto a balcony and officers were forced to subdue him when he resisted calls to take his hands from his pockets, Nyheter Idag reports.
“Fadi screamed several words of ignorance against us like ‘whore’, ‘pussy cop’, and ‘pig bastard’ and that we would submit to Islamic State because he would otherwise rape both of us,” one of the arresting officers reported.
According to Breitbart, after managing to detain the 34-year-old, officers say he continued to insult them and threaten them with rape on the way to the police station.
“He talked about Islamic State and asked us do we know what they do with ‘whores’ like us,” the officer said.
She added that Daoud also made other threats against her and her fellow officer’s families.
While legal proceedings began in November 2017 and a trial date was originally set for January 2018, the process faced delays.
In the end, Daoud was sentenced to a brief three months in prison with fines to be paid to the two policewomen.
This incident is just the latest for the 34-year-old, who has reportedly been involved in 21 cases since 2001.
Daoud was previously convicted of several other crimes including abuse and drug offenses.
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