SPOTLIGHT: Convicted criminals attending med school in Sweden

The New York Times reports that in Sweden, three of the country's six medical schools have been admitting and dismissing students with serious criminal records over the past two years. In one such case, a Nazi sympathizer and convicted murderer, Karl Helge Hampus Svensson, was banished from one school--the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm--and subsequently admitted to another--Uppsala. Article

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