2017 Stockholm beer truck attack

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Stockholm beer truck attack
Attentatet i Stockholm
Attentatet i Stockholm 2017-8
Official name 2017 Stockholm attack
Year 2017
Date 04/07
Place Stockholm
Place Sweden
Place Europe
Story Perp/s Rakhmat Akilov

This psyop follows a performance pattern that has been used also in the Berlin Christmas market truck attack, 2017 New York City truck attack and others which can be found under the Truck attack psyops.

Official summary

In central Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, a hijacked lorry was deliberately driven into crowds along Drottninggatan (Queen Street) before being crashed through a corner of an Åhléns department store. Five people were killed and 14 others were seriously injured.

Police considered the attack an act of terrorism. Rakhmat Akilov, a 39-year-old rejected asylum seeker born in the Soviet Union and a citizen of Uzbekistan, was apprehended the same day, suspected on probable cause of terrorist crimes through murder (a Swedish legal term). Swedish police said he has expressed sympathy with extremist organizations, among them the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and Uzbek authorities said he had allegedly joined ISIL before the attack. According to the head prosecutor, Akilov had sworn his allegiance to the Islamic State in a self-recorded video the day before the attack. Akilov admitted to carrying out the attack at a pre-trial hearing on 11 April.

Rakhmat Akilov was sentenced to life in prison and lifetime expulsion from Sweden on 7 June 2018.

Fakeology Analysis




  • Zakleo: Stockholm hoax [1]

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Mobility control narrative

Islam/Liberalism narrative

Social space control


HRDPAR psyops

NDNGH psyops

muslim scare psyops

Truck attack psyops

Alleged victims

  • 66-year-old Marie Kide, also Swedish, died in hospital three weeks after the attack.

Hoax management




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