Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup has called for the deportation of
convicted migrant rapists. Apparently at least one Danish politician
cares about the innocent victims, in sharp contrast to Boris Johnson
over in the UK, where Pakistani Muslim men continue their “grooming
gang” (rape gang) activity that has ruined thousands of innocent lives.
But the UK government doesn’t want to call it out, for fear of appearing
“Explosion in charges and convictions for rape – Syrian immigrants at
the top”, translated from “Eksplosion i sigtelser og domme for
voldtægter – syriske indvandrere i top,” by Thomas Nørmark Krog, BT, April 11, 2021: The number of both charges and convictions for rape has exploded. More specifically, in 2020, 987 charges were filed for rape
throughout the country, according to a new statement from the Ministry
That is more than twice as many charges as eight years ago, in 2012, when 417 charges were filed. Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup (S) takes the large increase very seriously. “I take the numbers very seriously, because rape is a heinous crime,
which unfortunately is committed to an excessive extent,” says Nick
Hækkerup. The nationalities of many of the rapists who end up in court and get a verdict are discussed later in the article.
During the same period, the number of convictions has also increased
quite markedly. Last year, judgments were handed down in 217 cases,
against only 132 judgments in 2012. 22-year-old Emilie Riddersholm from Aarhus is one of the victims. Four years ago, she reported a rape to the police. “It stays with me, what happened. I do not think about it every day
anymore, but it still preoccupies me,” says Emilie Riddersholm, who
appeared in the B.T. series #voldtaget.
The perpetrator ended up being convicted at the Court in Aarhus, but he was later acquitted by the Western High Court. Emilie Riddersholm’s story was one of the reasons why a new law was
passed last year in the area of rape, so since January 1 this year,
there must be consent between both parties before anyone has sex. Otherwise, it is a case of rape…. Foreigners convicted of rape in Denmark. Of the 217 convicted of rape last year, 53 have foreign nationality. In other words, they do not have Danish citizenship.
Here is the nationality of the foreigners who were convicted of rape in the year 2020:
Syria (7 judgments)
Turkey and stateless persons (5 judgments)
Algeria, Somalia, Eritrea, Iraq, Lithuania and Greenland (2 judgments)
Afghanistan, Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, Bosnia, France, Iran, Jordan,
India, Jamaica, Poland, Latvia, Pakistan, Uganda, Lebanon, Nepal,
Romania, Portugal, Russia, Tunisia, Ukraine, Sweden and the Faroe
Islands (1 judgment)
Source: Ministry of Justice
The latest census for 2020 shows that 53 out of 217 convicted of rape last year had foreign nationality. That equates to 24 percent, or just under one in four. Syria is number one on the list of foreign nationalities of people convicted of rape last year in Denmark. Number two are people from Turkey and stateless people. “The figures clearly show that we have a problem with an ethnic slant
when relatively many foreigners are convicted of rape, just as we have
an obvious problem when more than half of the inmates in the country’s
closed prisons and detention centers are immigrants, descendants or
foreigners,” says Nick Hækkerup.
He calls it a “huge problem” for both the community and society. “It is first and foremost a huge problem for our community and our
society that there are groups that make such a significant impact in
terms of committing crime,” the minister said, adding: