A man who bought drones for Daesh is arrested in Mérida


As announced by the Spanish Minister of the Interior himself, Juan Ignacio Zoido, from its official Twitter account, apparently the National Police this Friday morning has proceeded to the arrest at his home of a man born in Bangladesh and very linked to the terrorist organization Daesh.

Apparently, as has been reported subsequently, this man is charged with a alleged integration with Daesh's technological research and development apparatus. Specifically, he was in charge of acquiring and receiving drones and other types of material at his home to later be delivered to the leaders of the organization.

The National Police detain in Mérida a man dedicated to the purchase of drones for their subsequent shipment to Syria

Among the few data that have been revealed, tell you that we are talking about a man of Age 34 that hid its activity behind a complex network of companies specialized in computer support. Thanks to this, he was able to lead a cell that financed terrorist actions and, in turn, searched for technological material where, as has been revealed, the purchase of drones to later be sent to Syria to be used in terrorist attacks.

This 34-year-old had been installed in Spain since 2015 although, because the subsidiaries of its companies had recently been dismantled, it had been hidden in the UK and Bangladesh. According to the National Police, it is considered the last link within the cell that for years served the Daesh technological team.

This arrest took place just when the alleged criminal I was resuming criminal activitiesAmong them, injecting large amounts of money into a new company in Bangladesh through unjustified payments and not in line with the company's assets.

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