Sweden, Anna Lindh
During the final weeks of her life she was involved in the pro-euro campaign
preceding the Swedish referendum on the euro (which she supported), held on 14 September 2003 (three days after her death). Lindh died in the early morning of 11 September 2003 after a knife attack in Stockholm on the afternoon of 10 September. She was stabbed in the chest, abdomen and arms.As a popular pro-euro politician, she was a spokesperson for the campaign; her face was on billboards across Sweden the day she was murdered.
At a public event on 17 October 2015, the day before the mayoral election,
Reker was seriously wounded when a 44-year-old man stabbed her in the neck
with a knife, while shouting about an “influx of refugees”.
State prosecutors confirmed the attack to be politically motivated,
after the perpetrator “confessed to having xenophobic motives.”
England, Jo Cox:
On 16 June 2016, Cox was fatally shot and stabbed outside the library in Birstall,
West Yorkshire, where she was about to hold a constituency surgery at 1:00 pm.
According to eyewitnesses, she was shot three times—once near the head—and stabbed
multiple times. Initial reports indicated that the gunman shouted “Britain first”
as he carried out the attack.
Three times, just before important elections, supposedly 3 ‘right winged’ loners.
Same circumstances. Exactly the same scenario’s. What is the chance that these cases are unrelated? I guess zero chance.