Denmark’s international arms dealers are banned from enforcing international law
American, Danish and Swedish police tried to buy 83 weapons.
During a major international investigation, two people were seized for possession of 83 related rifles and ammunition.
It is alleged that three other men, two men and two men, attempted to obtain large quantities of weapons. The only place is
Pawnehaj, owner of Rastapladen in Woodstock and later in western Denmark.
The purchase agreement, which is essentially an underground part of the Internet used by criminals, is called the Dark Web, Dark
Net. Some secure “signatures” for the news service.
The National Security Officer investigated the issue. The investigation was carried out in western Denmark on Friday and involved
Swedish police, according to the press service of the East Jetland Police Department.
Police used civilian officers during the search. Allegedly, these agents act as suppliers.
Defense lawyer Sine Groker says the defendants were citizens of Sweden and Romania, as well as three Serbs, all of whom had
Sudanese ties. He developed at the age of 33.
Sagan Gregor told reporters that it was the largest weapons acquisitions in Denmark and that it appeared to be a highly organized
and international criminal network trying to create a criminal and dangerous environment in the country.
The contract is divided into two parts.
The first part of the deal approved 20 weapons for $ 30,000 to launch bitcoins.
One of the defendants, who is currently in prison, wanted to obtain a weapon at home, but a spy, but promised him that he would
not succeed and would place him in a private place to hand him the weapon. The man was arrested shortly after the June annual
According to the complaint, a new agreement was reached in November. He was 63 years old at the time of purchase. A total of 25
naval vessels were deployed off the west coast of Bavenhoe.
On the same day, two police officers played the role of sellers in the car. They showed one of the suspects a special weapon that
had $ 25,500 in an empty pocket. When he took out his bags to give official money, they were arrested.
The writer Signe Grakjr said all five persecutors are innocent. A Danish court in the city of Horsens examined the case in
November this year.