Police in the US, Denmark and Sweden are taking the opportunity to buy 83 rifles.
The two men conducted an international investigation into the purchase of 83 rifles and rifles.
He convicted three women and two men who wanted to bring weapons. He settled only in Woodstock and later owned the Bozenhost
restaurant in western Denmark.
This agreement was partially signed by the Kari network, also known as the Kari network, which is part of the terrorist network.
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State security officials are investigating the matter. In Denmark, they also understand Western experts and the Swedish police.
Police investigated the crash with investigators. According to the lawsuit, the agents acted as traders.
According to lawyer Cigne Grocker, the applicants include Swiss, Roma and three Serbian nationals, all of whom are linked to
Sweden. Their ages are between 33 and 39 years.
Signe Grocer said in a statement that it is one of Denmarks largest online malls and the most organized international criminal
network looking for weapons and risks in the criminal field.
The contract is divided into two parts.
In the first round of negotiations, it was agreed to keep the 20 required colleagues for 20,000 shares in Bitcoin.
One of the allegations, now that he has not been turned down, is that he wants a gun in the mailbox, but the sender must be
careful not to cause an accident. He works hard and finds himself hiding for a weapons supply. Shortly after the meeting, in July
last year, he was arrested.
In November, a new agreement was reached. Buy these 63 weapons now. The first of 25 ships will be sent to another area near the
station, which is located close to the west of Boeing.
A policeman in a truck that day received a model from a vendor. They found out that one of the prisoners had a fully automatic
weapon with 25,500 euros in his bag. After removing the gloves to give the customer money, they arrested the two men.
Qin Groker’s lawyer said the five defendants pleaded not guilty. The Danish Horsen court will hear the case in November this year.