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the Two men, 41 and 44 years is currently been held in custody for four weeks for aiding and abetting the drug trade.
The state reached by east Jutland Police.
the Police chains the drugs trade, together with the killing of the 25-year-old aarhusian rapper Shmur with the civil name Abukar Ali, the 22. July was shot at the race track in Aarhus.
Our investigation has shown, that the killing at the race track has a connection to a larger drug trafficking between the two groups. We continue our intensive investigation of the case, and we expect further arrests in the case, as the investigation progresses, says inspector Michael Kjeldgaard.
Grundlovsforhøret against the two men was held behind closed doors at the request of the public prosecutor. It is therefore to be seen, what has come forward in the almost four-hour-long hearing.
According to the Aarhus Stiftstidende is the two men charged with 22. July on Observatoriestien at the race track in Aarhus to have sold 36 kg of hashish to a value of 1.6 million. crowns.
They are not charged with the killing, but was, according to the police have been part of the trade that took place just before only according. The men refuse to commit the charge of drug trafficking.
See also: Police: Killing of rapper have a connection to the drug trade
According to the media, it also came to light that the two men fear for their lives, because 'they should have heard, that there was someone who was looking after them'.
Therefore, by grundlovsforhøret also requested navneforbud on the two accused.
the Killing of the 25-year-old Abukar Ali was the first out of the two the killing of nine hours in Aarhus. The young man tried according to several witnesses to flee from his killer, but was hit by gunfire and sank together by a hestefold close to travbanens car park.
Later that night, the 42-year-old Satudarahprospect Mohammad Al-Zerjawi - also called Hairdresser the Purpose - killed by the knife in Brabrand, Aarhus.
the Police regard the killing as two independent clashes among criminal groups.
Both cases are still unsolved.