Rakhmat Akilov, the man behind the 2017 Stockholm terror attack and was sentenced to life imprisoned has spoken out, complaining of poor food and loneliness in prison.
In his complaint, the Uzbek migrant wrote the Justice Ombudsman (JO) stating that he was feeling very lonely as no-one among the prison staff can have any contact with him.
Akilov murdered five people and injured many , in April 2017 in the Stockholm terror attack on the Drottninggatan shopping street.
The convict was initially housed in the Kumla prison before he was moved after a 33-year-old gang member beat him up last year.
He is now at the Hall prison near the city of Södertälje where he has remained ever since.
The 2017 Stockholm truck attack was an Islamist terrorist attack which took place on 7 April of that year in central Stockholm, the capital of Sweden.
A hijacked truck was deliberately driven into crowds along Drottninggatan before being crashed into an Åhléns department store.
Akilov has been found guilty of terrorist crimes for carrying out the April 2017 Stockholm terror attack, where five people were killed, ten more injured.
One of the injured was a Ukrainian woman who lost her leg in the tragedy but has been denied residence permit by Sweden.