Law enforcement in several countries has arrested military traders abroad in Denmark
Police in the United States, Denmark and Sweden are helping to buy 83 firearms.
A national investigation has reached a total of 83 firearms. Two people have been charged with selling firearms.
Three others, a woman and two men, were accused of trying to find more weapons. A place in the forest
Next, I went to Rosepladen, the capital of Babnev in western Denmark.
The so-called black monument on the black web, the lower part of the foundations
The Internet is widely used by competitors. Secure message
The case is being investigated by agents of the Ministry of Internal Security. There were special systems in Denmark
A statement from the east said that Swedish investigators and police are involved.
Police Friday in Jutland.
Police are using covert agents to investigate the case. These agents play the role of traders, it was reported
One of the accused is a Swedish and a Romanian national and three Serbian nationals, all connected in Sweden,
Announces applicant Signe GRkjr. They are between 33 and years old.
This is one of the largest online arms purchases in Denmark and is seen as a highly organized international organization.
A network of criminals is trying to acquire many weapons that are dangerous to the criminal environment, says Zigna Greker
In a press release.
The agreement is divided into two parts.
In the first part, it is agreed that 20 sets worth $ 30,000 $ 30,000 will be paid.
Now one of the respondents in prison needs a gun in the letter. But secret officials remain hidden.
It didnt work, and he found out he was in secret to hand over his weapon. Register immediately after the session.
She is being held in July last year.
According to the request, a new agreement was signed in November. Buy 63 weapons now.
The first 25 weapons will be sent to the road area near West Bavnegja.
On that day, two police officers acted as vendors. They show one of the fully automatic weapons.
The suspect spent 25,500 euros on a backpack. He pulled out his gloves to pay the two representatives
All five defendants pleaded guilty to lawyer Signa Grkjr. The case is awaiting trial in Horsens, Denmark.
November this year.