A Swedish newspaper published a photo of a criminal suspect that was so pixilated, it looked like a glitched out character from Minecraft.
“A Swedish newspaper seriously published this. It’s a picture of a suspect in a criminal case. The state of this,” tweeted Chris Tomlinson.
The image has been so pedantically blurred that it consists of less than 50 pixels.
It’s unclear whether the newspaper decided to pixilate the image to the point of the person in it being completely unrecognizable or whether this was the original photo released by the police.
In 2016, it was reported that, “Swedish police will no longer be able to give descriptions of alleged criminals for fear of being seen as racist.”
Authorities were forbidden from referencing the ethnicity or nationality of suspects despite the fact that this would clearly impede their capture.
As we highlighted yesterday, in the last 20 years, Sweden has gone from being one of the safest countries in Europe in terms of gun crime to the second most dangerous.
After the country imported large numbers of migrants, many of them from Muslim countries, violent crime, rape and grenade attacks in Sweden all skyrocketed.
Still, at least no one could call them racist.
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