A murder test start this week in Northern Norway points up having less safety and hazards that are even potential newly appeared international partners of Norwegian residents, and their children.

A murder test start this week in Northern Norway points up having less safety and hazards that are even potential newly appeared international partners of Norwegian residents, and their children.

Alleged “love-” or “marriage-immigrants” tend to be utterly dependent on their Norwegian partners, and therefore can keep them vulnerable to exploitation and situations that are dangerous.

The test that started Monday into the Шst-Finnmark Court in Vadsш illustrates an ultimate worst-case scenario. A 59-year-old Norwegian guy from Kirkenes is faced with murdering their 37-year-old spouse from Thailand along with her 12-year-old son before switching their rifle on himself for a belated summer time evening final August. Continue reading “A murder test start this week in Northern Norway points up having less safety and hazards that are even potential newly appeared international partners of Norwegian residents, and their children.”