How Sweden became a gangsters' paradise: Europe's most liberal country welcomed refugees now terror
Sweden's police chiefs have warned they are unable to contain the country's rising tide of mafia 'clan' crime
For decades, politicians have refused to admit the crime and violence is coming from migrant communities
Now the problem is so severe that law enforcement officials are speaking out - and blaming mass immigration
There were 257 bombings in Sweden last year and hundreds of shootings. Just one month in the last three years has passed without a gang-related killing
In one extraordinary incident in August, Gothenburg's most notorious crime family, the Ali Khan gang, set up roadblocks in the northeast of the city to find rival gang members
Erik Nord, Gothenburg's chief of police, told Mail Online: 'We need more police to deal with this situation urgently. Otherwise we will turn into a gangsters' paradise'
Migrant mafia gangs are terrorizing Sweden's streets with a surge of bombings and murders, forcing police chiefs in one of Europe's most liberal countries to admit they are losing their grip on law and order.
Just five years after the country welcomed refugees with open arms, criminal clans from the Middle East, north Africa and the Balkans are behind soaring crime rates in their once peaceful cities, police say, with 257 bombings and more than 300 shootings last year.
In one extraordinary incident in August, Gothenburg's most notorious crime family, the Ali Khan gang, set up roadblocks in the northeast of the city, shining torches into cars to hunt for members of a rival mob.