Eritrean migrants, 30 and 32, found guilty of aggravated rape in
have been sentenced to five years in jail and a fine of £11,000 each
judge ruled they will not be deported because they are military
deserters face arbitrary detention in ‘inhumane conditions’ and
conscription ‘that amounts to forced labour’, according to the UN
Swedish judge has refused to deport two Eritrean migrants convicted
of aggravated rape because they are military deserters and will face
punishment if they are sent back. The men, aged 30 and 32, were
convicted in a Stockholm court this week of raping the woman for
hours in an apartment in the city while threatening her with a knife.
The pair were sentenced to five years in jail and ordered to pay the
victim £11,000 each, and prosecutors also requested they be deported
for a minimum of 15 years.
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