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[–] DyudTyb 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago  (edited ago)

Yeah, well. Strictly speaking he shouldn't have done that. I mean - disclosing the identity of the patients. It indeed is a secret. He should have notified the authorities of the fact though. Then he could disclose the identity after asked by the law enforcement to do so. If that ever happened which I am not sure about. He wished well for his country and acted as a concerned citizen, and see where it took him. Had he just raped someone shouting Aloha Snack Bar, he would be given a slap on the wrist and let go.

The problem with Swedish elite is that they prefer Politically Correct substitute of reality to the reality itself. Thus they will first attack those who are Politically Incorrect while telling truth, instead of those who tell Politically Correct lies while committing crimes, even when both those lies and those crimes are obvious to everyone. They are like those British aristocrats of the old days, ridiculed so often for being able to avoid speaking about the elephant in the room, indulging in small chat, to the point of outward rejecting the reality.

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[–] preheat_ovens 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

In the US, if a doctor or teacher has evidence of abuse or violence, they are required to report it. Housing a bunch of adults with what you report to be a population of vulnerable innocents (I know it's not true but this is their refrain) is certainly a possible situation for abuse or violence. Reporting it should be no crime.

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[–] DyudTyb 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

That makes sense. Probably he can use that as his defense and sue the employer.

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[–] boekanier 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

In a political correct context it is a crime.