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Immigration And Asylum Worker First Person Killed In Terrorist Attack Conducted By Immigrants

In a tragic irony, it seems that a Belgian psychologist and mom who worked with asylum seekers facing deportation was the first victim of the recent truck terrorist attack in Stockholm, Sweden.

Apparently, 31-year-old Maïlys Dereymaeker was waiting for friends on the corner of Drottninggatan and Olof Palmes gata when the terrorist hit.

Police say she was the first victim to be hit by the truck and died instantly.

However, it required two days for medical experts to identify her badly smashed body using DNA samples.

Dereymaeker, who was from the small town of Lembeek near Brussels and had an 18-month-old toddler, was employed to assist illegal immigrants facing deportation….just like her murderer Rakhmat Akilov.
The psychologist and music enthusiast was in Stockholm to meet with friends on the corner that afternoon. Dereymaeker had arrived early just before the deranged ISIS fanatic began his rampage.

“It is difficult for me to talk about her death,” a friend explained in an interview with local media.

“She played the flute and taught music to children”, the friend noted.
The mayor of Lembeek, a neighborhood in the Belgian city of Halle, southwest of Brussels, where the attack occurred, commented: “I'm shocked after each attack, but when you put a face on a victim and personally know her parents, it's even worse.”

Dereymaeker was the second victim to be identified, following the news about the death of UK resident Crispin Bevington, 41.

Another victim has reportedly been identified as a woman from the town of Uddevalla in western Sweden.

As Sweden held a minute's silence for the victims this week, politicians began the process of giving authorities greater powers to monitor asylum seekers who are denied residence.

These tough new measures are coming about after news that the terrorist Rakhmat Akilove, 39, had been required to leave Sweden back in December. He was supposed to be out of the country by the end of January, but he simply disappeared from his last known address.

The ISIS fanatic claimed in an interview with the Swedish Migration Board that he had been arrested during a demonstration and had then been tortured by police for nine days. A medical exam did not confirm that any torture had taken place.

Source: Mail Online
Photo: Mad World News

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