Today Hans Andersson published an article in Swedish about suspected arms trafficking to Iraq during recent years. If that is true, it would probably not be the first time the Swedish government/military is involved in serious crime. Other cases include for example alledged complicity in outsourced torture and war of aggression in Libya. As usual with such cases, it seems impossible for anyone to be held accountable.
In some cases, the Swedish police is even suspected of covering up the crimes. The author Anders Jallai has written about one such case, where the journalist Cats Falck and her friend Lena Gräns were found dead in 1985. When the women disappeared in 1984, Cats Falck was investigating arms trafficking from Sweden. Read more on the web site of jallai and the background material part 1, 2, 3 and 4 (links to content in Swedish). Jallai’s books are fiction, but it is widely believed that his writing actually contains much truth.