Monday, 09 May 2011
Late in Sunday night someone rang and threatened to kill or hurt the Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and the Social Democrats leader Hakan Juholt.
Swedish intelligence and special police, SAPO, confirms the to the Swedish news agency TT that they received information about the threat last night, are working on it, but would not go into details.
"Our responsibility is of course to take care of the central government’s security and this means that we always assess threats and appropriate protective measures based on the situation," says Sirpa Franzen, Press Officer at SAPO.
"We look at the information that has come in and take action and work with it, but how we work, we can not tell you about.”
Fredrik Reinfeldt's press officer Roberta Alenius referring questions to the from SAPO said that the threat was received at SOS Alarm in Ostersund and sent on to the police, writes the tabloid news paper, Expressen.
By Scancomark.se Team