A failed asylum seeker who was just sentenced to 18 years in Sweden for the murder of his girlfriend’s daughter had actually been found guilty of the same crime in Greece — of murdering a man with a knife.
Open borders — gotta love them, yes?
Durim Lumi, 36, from Albania, was just sentenced to prison for the May murder of a young woman in Varmland.
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A failed Albanian asylum seeker sentenced to 18 years in a Swedish prison for murdering his girlfriend’s daughter with an axe had also been found guilty of murder in Greece years before he attempted to claim asylum.
Durim Lumi, 36, was found guilty of the murder of a young woman in Värmland in May. Lumi is said to have “executed” the woman, who was the daughter of his girlfriend, with an axe claiming he felt threatened by her, Expressen reports.
Prosecutor Per Svensson said: “I mean it is clear that it may not have been that he felt threatened by her. The murder has the character of a clean execution.”
Svensson also noted that the failed asylum seeker, who was living in Sweden illegally at the time of the murder, had been found guilty of murder before while living in Greece. He presented documents to the court that showed Lumi had killed a man with a knife at around the turn of the millennium.
“I have no reason to question the Greek data. It is a murder or killing and, according to the records, the penalty was 15-16 years in prison. But how many years he has been in, I do not know,” Svensson said.
The story bears similarity to that of Afghan asylum seeker Hussein K. who is accused of raping and killing German student Maria Ladenburger in Freiburg last year. The Afghan, who lied about being underage, was also found guilty of a crime in Greece after attempting to kill a young girl but was later released.
Sweden has seen at least one other murder committed by a failed asylum seeker. In 2015, Eritrean asylum seeker Abraham Ukbagabir killed a mother and her son in an Ikea after being told his asylum claim had been rejected.
Since then, Ukbagabir has been forced to move from prison to prison due to a high number of threats and acts of violence committed against him by other inmates.
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