Mattias Flink
Mattias Flink (born March 8, 1970) is a Swedish spree killer who killed seven people on June 11, 1994, in Falun, Sweden. He was at the time a second lieutenant in the Swedish Army. He was released fro...
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Mohammed Beck Hadjetlaché
Mohammed Beck Hadjetlaché (20 May 1868, he also sometimes stated 1870 or 1872, Istanbul - 4 November 1929, Stockholm) was a Circassian journalist, writer, MI6 (SIS) and cheka agent. Hadjetlaché used m...
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Martin Rasmussen Hjelmen
Martin Rasmussen Hjelmen (24 January 1904 – 30 May 1944) was a Norwegian sailor and communist activist.He was from Øygarden, born in Herdla. He went to work at sea from the age of fifteen, and ...
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Anton Nilson
Anton Nilson (11 November 1887 – 16 August 1989) was a Swedish militant socialist and convicted murderer.Nilson was born and grew up in a peasant region in Skåne, the southernmost province of Sw...
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Kerim Chatty
Kerim Chatty (born 15 January 1973) is a Swedish man who was suspected of attempted hijacking of an aircraft in 2002. He was subsequently released from police custody and the preliminary inquiry regar...
Stig Wennerström (spy)
Stig Erik Constans Wennerström (August 22, 1906 – March 22, 2006) was a colonel in the Swedish Air Force who was convicted of treason in 1964.During the 1950s, he leaked the Swedish air defence ...
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Andrey Khilkov
Prince Andrey Yakovlevich Khilkoff (1676–1718) was Russian ambassador to Sweden.
In 1697 Prince Khilkov, in the capacity of a stolnik was sent with a number of others to Italy to study nav...
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Carl Olof Cronstedt
Carl-Olof Cronstedt the elder (3 October 1756 – 7 April 1820) was a Swedish naval commander responsible for the overwhelming Swedish victory at the Second Battle of Svensksund, one of the largest nava...
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Nikita Fouganthine
Nikita Joakim Fouganthine (born Juha Veikko Valjakkala; June 13, 1965 in Pori, Finland)is a Finnish murderer convicted of the triple murder of a family in the northern Swedish community of Åmsele.
Christine Schürrer
Christine Schürrer (born June 30, 1976, in Hanover) is a German citizen who is convicted of murdering two Swedish children and seriously injuring their mother with 15 blows to the head with a hammer a...
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Christer Pettersson
Carl Gustaf Christer Pettersson (23 April 1947 – 29 September 2004) was a Swedish criminal who was a suspect in the 1986 assassination of Olof Palme, the Prime Minister of Sweden. In 1988 he was convi...
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Magdalena Rudenschöld
Magdalena Charlotta Rudenschöld, commonly known as Malla Rudenschöld and privately as Malin Rudenschöld (January 1, 1766 – March 5, 1823 in Stockholm, Sweden), was a member of the Swedish nobility and...
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Gregorian Bivolaru
Gregorian Bivolaru also known as Magnus Aurolsson and nicknamed Grieg, Grig or, by the press, Guru (born 12 March 1952) is a spiritual teacher and the founder of the Movement for Spiritual Integration...
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Axel Kurck
Axel Jönsson Kurck (also known as Akseli Kurki in Finnish, born 1555, died 30 March 1630 in Nakkila) was a Finnish colonel and nobleman. He was a member of the Kurki of Laukko family.Since 1582 Kurck ...
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Just Lippe
Just Lippe (1904 – 1978) was a Norwegian journalist and politician for the Communist Party.He was born in Bergen as a son of Jakob von der Lippe (1870–1954). He was related to von der Lippes (as follo...
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Jackie Arklöv
Jackie Banny Arklöv (born 6 June 1973) is a Swedish convicted criminal. Arklöv is an ex-neo-Nazi and former mercenary in the Yugoslav wars, who murdered two police officers during a botched robbery in...
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Romans Ingeborg
Maria Romberg (1697 – April 14, 1725) was a Swedish convicted murderer, the central person in a murder history well known in her time. She was convicted along with her three accomplices, among them he...
John Filip Nordlund
John Filip Nordlund (also known as "Mälarmördaren", "Mordlund", "Svarte Filip") (23 March 1875 - 10 December 1900) was a Swedish mass murderer, the second to last person to be executed in Sweden (afte...
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Thomas Leopold
Thomas Leopold, born 1693 near Kristianstad, Scania, dead 1771 in Kungälv, was one of the prophets and martyrs of the Swedish Pietist movement during the 18th century.Thomas' father Sigfrid had immigr...
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Johan Alfred Ander
Johan Alfred Andersson Ander (27 October 1873 – 23 November 1910) was a convicted Swedish murderer and the last person to be executed in Sweden.The only person to be executed in Sweden following the i...
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Mikael Ljungman
Mikael Ljungman (born November 25, 1963) is a Swedish lawyer, businessman and inventor working with law, political science and different developing and social impacts projects. He is currently involve...
Oussama Kassir
Oussama Abdallah Kassir (Arabic: أسامة عبدالله قصير‎ born 12 January 1966) is a Lebanese-born Swedish militant Islamist.
Kassir was born in Beirut, Lebanon. He came to Sweden in 1984 and...
Otto Johan Tandefelt
Otto Johan Tandefelt born 13 April 1782 in Sysmä, Voipala, Finland was a Swedish Finn. He most likely died in America.He was a key figure in the lynching of Axel von Fersen on June 20, 1810 in Stockho...
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Ulf Olsson
Ulf Olsson (19 December 1951 – 10 January 2010), also known as Helénmannen ("the Helén man") in Sweden, was convicted for the murders of 10-year-old Helén Nilsson and 26-year-old Jannica Ekblad ...
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