The Ikea killer wants to be in prison in Eritrea
IKEA killer Abraham Ukbagabir killed a mother and her son in Ikea in Västerås.
Now he appeals to earn his sentence in Eritrea.
“Whatever happens to me in Eritrea, I accept it to 100 percent,” says Abraham Ukbagabir, freelance journalist Martin Schibbye in his first interview ever.
Was a disclosure a new way forward to improve relations with Eritrea?
A measure that makes it possible for the Swedish journalist Dawit Isaak who has been imprisoned for 6000 days today to be released?
Software Translation from Swedish
From far away you see the red roof of the yellow office. The road from the bus station in Tidaholm is icy. The snowplanes from the plow make it impossible to walk on the sidewalk.
The facility has been in operation since 1959, but it is seen that it has been built in several rounds: the walls have become higher. Fitted several.
In front of the first outer gate, I hold my identification and a buzzing sound opens the gates.
Once inside the minimal visitor room with a green wall, a toilet and a blue plastic couch, I strike down.
“If you get attacked, the alarm is here,” says the uniformed guard, pointing to a button at the height of the floor. Then we will be many. And we’re coming soon.
Then the door goes again with a bang and it becomes quiet.