It has been proven that three men have collected various parts for drone construction over three years so that they could deliver these flying devices to the war-stricken Syria and Iraq. These drones were to be used in military actions. In light of this evidence, Denmark state prosecutor decided to press charges against them on the grounds of the anti-terrorist law.
Danish Prosecutor, Kristian Kirk, stated that even though this list of items found on the suspects resembled a “hobby shopping list,” there was nothing harmless about it. Three 30-year-old men had collected pieces and assembled drones that would have acted as a weapon if they reached their destination.
The suspects have been conducting this criminal activity between 2013 and 2017. The trial is to be held in September.