SPOTLIGHT: A convicted murderer goes to medical school

A convicted murderer goes to medical school
Swedish citizens, generally speaking, saw no reason why a convict shouldn't have the right to turn his life around--even to the point of going to medical school and serving in one of the world's most prestigious professions. But when they learned that the convict in question was a Nazi sympathizer who had been convicted of a hate murder, things got a lot more complicated. Article

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