Thirteen antifascists in Stockholm, Sweden, received prison sentences after riots connected to a protest in Kungsan against a Swedish Nazi party during the elections in 2014.
In the aftermath the Swedish security police, SÄPO, singled out fifteen people who they claimed to be active in the antifascist movement. The thirteen sentenced to prison have over €35 000 in fines, damages and trial costs. Eight of the thirteen were sentenced on July 1st, 2016 to 4-12 months.
Brighton ABC in conjunction with Fria Kungsan 15 conducted an interview with the first releasee, who served three months.