The Danish-American police have agreed to purchase 83 firearms.
A major international investigation shows that spouses have been charged with human trafficking and 83 related weapons.
Three other men and two men are said to have attempted to capture other weapons. Timber owners only in western Denmark and later
at Riftladson Bawneg
The purchase agreement was part of the Red Negro, called the Red Negro, a group used by criminals. Especially as a reference
Police are investigating the case. In Denmark, Western Special Forces are in charge of the investigation, according to a report on
Friday by the Eastern Jutland East Police, which also included Swedish police.
Police used secret agents to investigate the case. It is said that these agents act as dealers.
Prosecutor Kigne Krukj, who said the defendants were Swedish and Romanian nationals as well as three Serbian nationals, all linked
to Sweden. This is from 33 to 39 years.
Cigne Krugerjar said in a statement that this is one of the largest arms purchase incidents in Denmark and that it is the best
organized international network of criminals looking for dangerous and dangerous weapons in a criminal environment.
The transaction is divided into two parts.
In the first part of the contract, he agreed to provide 20 bitcoins for $ 30,000.
One of the accused who is currently in prison was looking for a gun in the mailbox, but the secret agents determined that they
were not working, and ordered him to meet in a secret place to deliver the weapon immediately after the July meeting. The man was
arrested last year.
A new trial contract was reached in November. Now 63 weapons to buy. An initial mass of 25 weapons was delivered to rest on the
road near Bavnehj in the west.
Two police officers who were in the car that day were in charge of the treatment. They identified one of the respondents as a
fully automatic weapon with a bag of 25,500 euros. He bought the bracelet to pay the agents and they were immediately arrested.
According to Attorney General Green Gray, five defendants have been released. The court will hold a hearing in November in