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the COURT OF FREDERIKSBERG (Ekstra Bladet): Nine men, aged 21-26 years produced just now in grundlovsforhør in the floor 3 of the Court of Frederiksberg. All of the accused are of a different ethnic origin.
One of the accused is wearing a blue engangsdragt. Two others were led into court with his hands in handcuffs behind his back. Cops locked håndjernene before the men took their seats next to their lawyers.
The nine men are in the right placed at the side of their respective counsel in stalls separated by plexiglasskærme.
the Men are charged with aiding and abetting three attempted murder and several cases of illegal possession of firearms as part of the ongoing gang-related conflict between the forbidden gang Loyal to Familla (LTF) and Husumgrupperingen. The weapons include both a pistol, a machine gun and ammunition.
The nine persons were arrested at several addresses in the Metropolitan area. It has the Copenhagen Police stated in a press release.
Here it appears also, that there is talk about assassination attempts, respectively 3. april on Gadelandet in Husum, and in the period 23. and 28. may in Hvidovre.
Of the charges against the men, as the prosecutor read aloud in court, revealed that the suspects by episode 3. april was running in a black stolen Audi with German license plates on the road in order to kill an unknown number of persons from Husumgrupperingen.
With them in the car, they had a machine gun with ammunition. The perpetrators ran, however, in vain, as it is not succeeded to find someone from the rival gang. They left then the car of Mayor G. Jensens Vej in Rødovre, where police found the 9. april.
the Incidents in the period 23. may and 28. may took place in Hvidovre. Here believe the police, the accused, would kill a named person from the rival Husumgruppering. For that purpose brought with him the two firearms. A pistol and a submachine gun. Their undertaking failed, as it failed to find that.
Also, these episodes were the perpetrators running in an Audi, which, in addition, had been at the workshop to be prepared for the action.
Much to suggest that the police have been on the trail of the suspects since the beginning of april.
the Prosecutor at the hearing requested the court to closed doors. Defending Rolf Gregersen protested immediately against dørlukningen. The other defenders joined. The same did the press representatives.
the Judge chose, however, to close the doors, which the press and four listeners were sent out.
Such a scenario the police action:
Police on Thursday issued a press release about the background of police action in Hvidovre and Rødovre on Wednesday evening.
Here is the scenario:
In the press release described it, that one Tuesday evening, fending off an assassination attempt. This happened in the area at the Arnold Nielsens Boulevard and the Lyrics.
Here are trying to elope in a Polish-registered Audi. In connection with the escape attempt of the police to stop the Audien by either a collision, or prevent it from running on.
Biljagten then continued down the Lyrics. In a junction, he loses control of the vehicle and torpedoing a house in Strandby Avenue.
Subsequently, the leader of the police with dogs, drones, and a helicopter at Hvidovre Strandvej out to the water.
Supposedly, flugtbilisten you're looking for here.
the Police shall also, a number of arrests on the Valhøj Avenue and a property at Tårnvej in Rødovre.
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