Seven Vietnamese accused in huge pot and drug case in Denmark

Danish Police Force West accused the kingpins in a comprehensive case about pot growing in Denmark. 23 persons have already been sentenced in the case.

Seven Vietnamese, one Dutch and one Dane have been accused of participating in well organized and professional pot growing in Denmark, reported news paper Ekstra Bladet.

Besides from growing pot in so far 40 laboratories around in Denmark, they have also been part of a comprehensive import of amphetamine to Denmark.

The nine persons are according to the Danish Police Force West the indisputable leaders in the case. The case started in the small Danish town Vejen early in 2012, where the police found one pot laboratory. Since then the case grew bigger and today a number of 40 laboratories have been disclosed.

23 co-perpetrators have already been sentenced a total of 43,5 years in jail.

“This case is huge. It all began with the detection of one single pot laboratory, and it grew to what happened last Monday, where these persons were accused of organized and professional pot growing and also a huge import of amphetamine,” said Kirsten Fischer, Vice Chief Superintendent in Danish Police Force West in a press release. 

Source: Ekstra Bladet (only in Danish)

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