The United States, Denmark and Swedish police have helped buy 63 weapons in their efforts.
As a result of an extensive international investigation, the two men were charged with a total of six counts of buying firearms
and related ammunition.
Three others, a woman and two men, tried to take up arms. Only in the Bam website collection
And later Raspelson Country Boulevard in western Denmark.
Purchase deals are made on a dark web known as the Dark Web.
The Internet is used mainly by criminals. And through secure messaging services.
Officials from the Department of Homeland Security have investigated the case. In Denmark, friendship is in the west
The Eastern press release said that the Swedish police are also involved in the investigation.
Jotland Police Friday.
In the investigation of the case, the police used a secret agent. These representatives have a role to play for the seller.
One of the defendants is a Swede and a Romanian, and three Serbs, all in Sweden,
Lawyers give cynical information about the sign. Age range from 33 to 39 years.
It is the biggest gun Dennis has ever bought on the internet and it seems well organized and international.
According to Signal Granger, the criminal network is looking for many dangerous weapons for the criminal environment.
In a press release.
The contract is divided into two parts.
In the first phase of the transaction, 20 deposits were sold for 30,000 USD, secured by bitcoins.
One of the prison guards tried to get a gun in an email, but he was a secret detective.
Be free and force him to join the secret zone to release the weapon. Completion is not over
One person was arrested last July.
The new contract was not completed in November. There are currently 63 tools on sale
The price includes 25 products delivered to the main street West Bavneh.
Two policemen were playing with the van that day as customers. They showed that some of them were real weapons
Protect them in an empty package of 25,500 euros. They removed their gloves and went out to pay the police
He was arrested.
Attorney General Gene Grecker says the five accused are not guilty. The case was handled by the city of Horsens, California
November this year.