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«[...] about 23 people died at the same day as Swedish foreign minister Anna Lindh was murdered, except they died trying to get into Europe. This was the year after the murder and writing a play that highlighted the murderous consequences of Anna Lindh was to sensitive so I don't think it was ever performed. Nobody (except fringe people like Moodysson) saw her as a murderer and I doubt she did either.»

I don't understand. In which way Lindh was more guilty than most Europeans?

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by Antoni Jaume on Fri Nov 2nd, 2012 at 07:28:20 PM EST
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