Three men be punished by imprisonment for the supply of drones and other equipment to the Islamic State.
One of the defendants in the terrorsagen on drones and other equipment to the Islamic State expelled from Denmark, where he has lived for 31 years. At the same time punished he with imprisonment for a term of four years.
It is the result of a verdict Friday in the Copenhagen city Court.
The 31-year-old Umut Olgun is a kurd and a Turkish citizen. He has been known to be guilty of having sent, among other things thermal cameras to the organization, which is on the EU list of terrorist groups.
the Case is dealt with by the nævninger and judges. The majority justifies its decision with the fact that intercepts has shown that he is without respect for basic democratic values. He has a wife and two children in Denmark, has not so great importance, that he may be dismissed for the claim of expulsion.
A minority will not show the 31-year-old, who has been living in Brøndby Strand. They believe that it will be contrary to Denmark's international obligations, to proceed to expulsion. The vote is 8-4 in the matter of the expulsion or not.
After the verdict stands Umut Olgun long in the courtroom and talking to his parents and wife, who have faithfully followed the proceedings from the public gallery. Before the judgment he has been remanded unusually long, in two years and two months.
The other two convicted in the case are Danish nationals. Fady Atef Mohammad, who has previously taught students in the school, Cph Business, has been sentenced to imprisonment for three years and six months. He has had a leading and coordinating role in the case, believes the majority of judges.
Coskun Ibrahim Simsir, there has been a bicycle repair shop, shall be punishable with imprisonment for two years and six months. Both of these men have completed over 30 purchases to the Islamic State, the court stated.
All three have been sentenced for promoting Islamic State's business by providing the terrorist with drones, hobbyfly, propellers, cameras and other.
The hardest convicted person has provided to the ICE with equipment for a period of two years. The other two were active in a half a year's time, affirms the district court.
During the case, men have denied committing.
All three men choose Friday afternoon to take time for reflection, with regard to a possible appeal of the verdict to the Eastern high Court.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 06 December 2019, 18:00