Sparked huge police operation and skuddrama: Indicted in the kæmpesag in advance

The man who on Sunday night sparked a large scale police operation in Copenhagen, was already indicted in a big case concerning economic crime. It came forwar

Sparked huge police operation and skuddrama: Indicted in the kæmpesag in advance

The man who on Sunday night sparked a large scale police operation in Copenhagen, was already indicted in a big case concerning economic crime.

It came forward on Monday afternoon at the Court in Glostrup.

Here sat the man already indicted as a suspected hovedmænd among the 17 defendants in the so-called 'Operation Greed' on the tax - and monssvindel for about half a billion. kr., but now want the police to him in custody after the incident on Sunday evening in Dragør.

In the densely populated court room in Moscow, it emerged that the police want the 46-year-old man in custody on the one hand, vidnetrusler and partly to attempt aiding and abetting false testimony.

the Man has previously been held in custody for the huge case, but was released in October. But now believes the police, apparently, that he on Friday has contacted a witness in the case on the illegal show.

It is according to the prosecutor in the case occurred during a meeting of the Rødovre Centre between a few men, who the police secretly monitored. The police also tried to intercept the men's conversations, but the quality of the recordings was so poor that they could not be used in court.

the Arrest on Sunday evening was in the first place shrouded in great secrecy from the Copenhagen Police, which in the first place would only indicate that a man on Sunday evening was arrested after he briefly before trying to run into the police during an attempt to arrest in Dragør.

In the same context gave the police shot.

Yet the events of Sunday evening is not part of the charges, as the police intend to present to the court for the 46-year-old prison again. Probably because it was not him, who sat behind the wheel of the car, as the police tried to stop.

During the search for the man barricaded police Langebro and Knippelsbro in Copenhagen, where heavily armed cops with skudklare submachine guns and bulletproof vests kept watch and checked the cars.

the Intention was supposedly to ensure that the man did not come to Copenhagen.

the Police found, in the first instance by the car, the man was stabbed in the, in Dragør on Amager. Then they found the man not far away.

The 46-year-old together with 16 other men and three companies in a pakistani network, indicted in the massive case of tax and vat fraud of almost half a billion.

Four men have acted so roughly, that the ordinary maximum sentence of eight years in prison for gross vat and tax fraud, according to the prosecution is not enough. It needs to be up to 12-year prison sentence.

The huge information about was during the investigation, dubbed 'Operation Greed', and has already been running for nearly a year by the court. There is expected to be the first judgment in the case of autumn.

All the defendants have a foreign background, but only five of them are not Danish nationals. The five demands the prosecution, in turn, expelled.

the Prosecution believes that the defendants are part of a criminal network, which has orchestrated the so-called chain fraud.

It is, among other things, according to the indictment occurred at that through a chain of companies has been a fictional billing, which has moved money around from business to business.

the Network should be according to the public prosecutor also have exploited people as the front men for the establishment of companies, which then have been used for the fraud.

And on the way the treasury have been ripped off for tax, vat and social security contributions.

More than 40 addresses were searched, and 32 properties were seized when the police launched 'Operation Greed' in October 2017. Subsequently, 11 people in custody, but prior to Sunday's arrest sat only one still in prison.

Updated Date: 16 December 2019, 16:00

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