The decision to leave their colleague alone in the hands of these barbarians was probably taken by leaders inside the police department. What I heard from a usually well-informed source is that the quickest way to make a career inside the police force is to be pro-multicultural and pro-appeasement, and to avoid riots at all cost. After this, how can the Swedes trust that the police will protect them? And with 31 firearms per 100 people, how can the Swedish authorities trust that their voters and taxpayers will not think of ways to take the law in their own hands one day? This is a typical example of the "courageous" leaders of the Swedish establishment — translated from HD:
The officer ended up alone with the mob in Koppargården and drew his weapon. But reinforcements chose not to go in for fear of starting a riot. The incident has led to a conflict between local police officers and police management. …
Two policemen pursue a motorcycle driver who is driving recklessly. A private car meddles in and acts as a "block" by driving toward the police car, ostensibly to ram it, and thus prevents the police officers from arresting the motorcycle driver.