Showan, a well-known Malmo fan, was reportedly assaulted by Nazis on Saturday night. Showan was stabbed, and is now fighting for his life after incurring critical injuries.
The story of Showan’s assault has been getting widespred attention on social media sites, with the Facebook page for Ultras Malmo reporting an account of what happened. A post on the Facebook page wrote:
"All of our thoughts and all our love today goes out to our friend Showan who was last night was stabbed and beaten by Nazis at the mill. Showan is currently sedation in hospital. Showan is one of Malmö ‘s most active figures and has strongly contributed to building up the culture of stands today in the MFF.
Our stand is a place of communion and where everybody with a sky-blue heart is welcome. We will never accept racism and nazism in our stands or in our city. We invite everyone to give their thoughts to Showan and his family. All love to you Showan. Fight!”
18 Months Later: Still No Answers to Native Teen’s Murder
Eighteen months after Faith Hedgepeth was murdered, local media outlets are pushing for answers to what happened in the last hours of the woman’s life.
Hedgepeth, a 19-year-old junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a member of the Haliwa-Saponi Tribe, was found dead in her off-campus apartment on September 7, 2012. She was last seen alive at about 3 a.m. that day, after she and her roommate returned home from a nightclub.