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A day in December 2016 could prove decisive in Dan-Bunkering case

It is no accident that the Danish financial police has separated its sheet of charges in two in the upcoming criminal case against Dan-Bunkering, Dan Holding and its CEO, distinguishing between 25 and 8 allegedly illegal trades of jet fuel to Syria.

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The day before Christmas Eve in 2016 could prove a decisive date in the sensational criminal case against Dan-Bunkering, Bunker Holding and the CEO of the latter, Keld R. Demant, scheduled to begin in Odense on October 26.

The two companies and the chief exec are charged with violations of the Danish penal code and EU sanctions by selling jet fuel that through intermediaries ended up in sanctions-hit Syria.

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