The police in the USA, Denmark and Sweden are helping to buy 83 assault rifles.
According to a major international investigation, two men were involved in the purchase of 83 improvised explosive devices (IEDs)
and other smugglers.
Apparently, three other men, a woman and two men, were trying to find different weapons. It was only called Woodstock and then the
rest of Bawnehaj in western Bavaria.
The purchase agreement is used in the “Dark Road of the Internet”, which is the lower part of the Internet, usually criminal. And
the reliable part of the service sends a “sign” message.
State security authorities investigated the matter. In Denmark, Western experts conducted a search and involved Swedish police,
the Jatland police said in a statement issued on Friday.
During the investigation, the police secretly used agents. These representatives are the … distributors. Consequently. Retailers
are male suppliers.
These are believed to include Sweden and Romania, as well as three Serbs arrested in the veteran Sagan Grazer Sweden. This age is
This is the biggest crime in Denmark when it comes to buying cybercrime, and a highly organized criminal network seems to be
trying to find various weapons and threats in the criminal society, Sagan Gujjar said in a statement. He said in a press
This business is divided into two parts.
In the first phase of the transaction, a 30,000 weapon was approved for investment in bitcoin.
One of the defendants, who is now in prison, wanted to wrap his weapons in letters and suspects, but wisely made it impossible and
met him secretly to hand over the weapons. Following the meeting, the man was arrested in July last year.
According to the complaints, 26 new agreements have been signed here. Now you can buy goods 63. Import 25 armored vehicles to the
park near Bahnej in the west
On the same day, two policemen in the car sold as dealers. It shows in its pocket 25,25,500 self-defense weapons. The couple were
arrested for wearing gloves to pay the agents.
State Gov. Sean Grecker said the five cases have not been decided. The Danish court in Horshey will hear the case in November this