The United States, Denmark and Sweden joined in the pursuit of 83 weapons.
After large protests, 83 soldiers and two men were sent to sell the soldier.
Three men, one woman and two men were arrested on various charges. In Wawstock on the west side of Denmark, then Rastapladsen, the
border of Bavnehe.
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The National Security Service investigated the matter. In Denmark, the investigation is being led by Western Spain and Swedish
police are involved, East Jetland police said on Friday.
Police used undercover agents to investigate the case. The alleged agents acted as sellers.
One of the plaintiffs was a Swedish national, the other a Romanian national, and three Serbian nationals, all of whom told
prosecutor Sanjo Garzi that they belonged to Sweden. His age ranges from 33 to 39 years.
This is one of the biggest examples of arms purchases in Denmark and appears to be a large organized international criminal
network trying to find the most dangerous and dangerous weapons in criminal situations, Singo said in a press release. It is
written in the statement.
The agreement consists of two parts.
In the first round, 20 weapons were issued against 30,000 Rollerow and secured with bitcoins.
A protester in prison wanted to carry a gun to his chest, but the customer put it down, but he was able to make sure he could not.
The secret of manual lending. Shortly after the meeting, he was arrested in July of that year.
In November, according to the court, there was a new agreement. Procurement of weapons 63. 25 contacts should be relocated west to
a larger location near Punch.
Today, two brands work with buyers. He saw the man who complained about finding the weapon easily, and gave about 2,500 euros in
the bag. While selling the property to all officers, two were arrested.
According to attorney Sajan Granger, J.V. The case will be heard in November this year by the Danish Harsens Court.