A man is grundlovsforhør in Odense held in custody for four weeks. The arrest stems of great action.
The 29-year-old man, who was made of a grundlovsforhør for dobbeltlukkede doors in Odense, will be held in custody for four weeks until 9. January 2020. It writes B. T.
the Man concerned the decision to The high Court.
the Imprisonment of the man in relation to Wednesday's antiterroraktion.
It informs The Police.
Grundlovsforhøret going dobbeltlukkede doors. It has a judge decided according to B. T. and DR News.
It means that the public can't get something to know about the charges. But it has been reported that the resultant is a man, and that the hearing arises out of yesterday's action.
It is not known why the prosecutor has demanded dobbeltlukkede doors, when eight persons almost simultaneously being produced in Copenhagen, where the doors only closed.
Thursday afternoon, court hearings in Copenhagen remains in time, and the judge has thus not yet taken a position on whether they should be imprisoned.
According to B. T.'s case in the courtroom in Odense relation to a farm on the island of Funen, where Wednesday was made a search.
the Background for the large action is a suspicion that a number of gerningspersoner has been in the process of planning a terrorist attack.
a total Of 21 was on Wednesday arrested in the action. The 13 is released again. In addition, there is the arrested and now imprisoned man in Odense.
Five of the accused, in Copenhagen, accused of having tried to buy and finance guns, silencers and ammunition for use in terror. The three remaining sieved to prepare bombesprængning.
The seven involved police districts Copenhagen, denmark, Copenhagen Perform, the Middle - and west zealand, Funen, Middle - and west Jutland, east Jutland and north Jutland.
the Background of the action is a suspicion that a terrorist attack with a "militant islamist motive" was being prepared, informed the Flemming Case, the operational head of the Police Intelligence service (PET), at a press conference Wednesday.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 13 December 2019, 08:00