https://www.thelocal.no/20181030/norwegian-arrested-for-attempted-assassination-in-denmark-on-behalf-of-iranNorwegian arrested for attempted assassination in Denmark on behalf of Iran
“A Norwegian citizen of Iranian origin was arrested on October 21st. The person in question is now in custody. He is charged with establishing an Iranian intelligence operation in Denmark as well as having taken part in the assassination attempt,” Andersen said.
The Norwegian man was arrested in Gothenburg, Sweden according to the Swedish intelligence service Säpo. The suspect has maintained his innocence and will be held in isolation until November 8th.
The Danish government promised swift reaction to the revelations.
Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen said Iran’s attempted assassination on Danish soil was “completely unacceptable”. He said the government would “react to Iran” and would work with European partners to take unspecified “additional steps”. More details on Denmark’s reaction to the news would come in a 6.30pm press conference, Samuelsen said.
En hoe gaat het met de gezondheid van die ASML leden in Denemarken? (want die waren zonder twijfel de doelwitten)
https://www.thelocal.dk/20181107/trio-arrested-in-denmark-for-praising-iran-parade-attackTrio arrested in Denmark for praising Iran parade attack
"Three people have been arrested suspected of violating the Danish law... on condoning terrorism," a police statement said.
The three arrested individuals live in Ringsted, a town 60km to the southwest of Copenhagen, Ritzau reports.
The three members of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz (ASMLA) are accused of praising the five commandos who attacked a military parade in the Iranian city of Ahvaz on September 22, spraying the crowd with gunfire and killing 24 people.
The Danish intelligence service PET on October 30th said it had prevented an assassination attempt by Tehran against three exiled Iranians living in Denmark, including the exiled leader of ASMLA.
PET has provided protection for the ASMLA leader since early 2018 "as a result of tangible threats which, in the assessment of PET, emanate from Iran".
Those threats were behind the police operation that led to the closure of a number of bridges and ferry routes on September 28th this year, Ritzau writes.
"Despite the fact that they are suspected of having committed crimes, they continue to be protected by extensive security measures because of the threat posed to them," Danish police said in a statement Wednesday.