Tiger Logistics: How to feed a German Cat

Logistics of the Tiger Battalions or how to feed your cat. We all know that the Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausführung E was a high-maintenance cat, yet, how much actually? For this we look at fuel consumption and the sources here differ widely. We also compare the Tiger’s values to that of the Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausführung H. For data we look at the British reports on Tiger 131, German sources, Jentz & Doyle, Friedli and other authors as well. Of course, we also look at the Tiger Fibel (Tiger Primer), since it contains some interesting aspects as well, particularly when it comes to armor and oil.

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Six foreign men convicted of a string of thefts. Sentences to between 10 and 18 months in prison

The six men were arrested in cooperation between the Immigration Department of South Zealand and Lolland-Falster police and Funen police on the 8 of Marts. They were in the process of storing stolen goods in a forest on Funen. The arrests were based on a lengthy investigation against the group of perpetrators suspected of large-scale theft of tools from construction sites in several parts of Denmark. They were all appearing in court and remanded in custody.

The investigation revealed that foreign criminals had been dismantling containers containing tools on construction sites for a long time and then shipping it out of the country.

The convicts were also deported from Denmark for six years.

Source: Danish Police

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Four people indicted in major methamphetamine case

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Four people have been indicted in a case of possession and sale of a large quantity of methamphetamine. The case also charges possession of a firearm and robbery.
Copenhagen Police, Special Investigation East, have today indicted four people aged 21-48 for selling not less than 4.8 kg. methamphetamine and having possessed an additional approximately 1.7 kg. Methamphetamine. In addition, charges have been laid for possession of firearms in a public place and robbery.

The case, dubbed “Operation Uranus,” has been under investigation since August 2019. On 15 December 2019, police made arrests of the four defendants who have been in custody since their arrest. These are three Danish nationals [?] and one Vietnamese national.

In connection with the arrests, police found 1.7 kg. methamphetamine, more than a million Kroner in cash and a loaded gun.

“Methamphetamine or Crystal Meth, as it is also called because the substance resembles crystals, is a substance we relatively rarely see in Denmark. Methamphetamine is a highly dangerous drug, and therefore case law shows that possession of methamphetamine is punishable more severely than possession of amphetamines,” said Prosecutor Jelena Hansen of Special Investigation East.

Source: Danish Police


Two men convicted of possession of a loaded firearm in Vejle, one expelled back to Bosnia


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On July 11, 2019, the 39-year-old and the 27-year-old met in Vejle, where they consumed alcohol and drugs. Later that evening, they met a 51-year-old acquaintance in a colonial garden house in Vejle. At one point, the 39-year-old man found a revolver and when he wanted to show the other two that the revolver was real, he fired the revolver into a tile. The shot hit into the tile, after which part of the bullet flew into the eye of the 51-year-old man. The 51-year-old was taken to hospital but his eye was not saved and had to be removed.

However, the 39-year-old and the 27-year-old continued their journey and took the revolver to another allotment garden house in Vejle. Outside the allotment garden house, the 39-year-old man shot at a bottle. He fired the revolver repeatedly, although there were other allotment garden houses nearby. Behind the goal was, among other things, a trampoline. Fortunately, no one was injured here.

While the 39-year-old and the 27-year-old were sitting in the allotment garden house, the 27-year-old man said he had an issue with an acquaintance in Vejle. They then donned balaclava hats and took the revolver, which was still sharp-loaded, with them. When the acquaintance opened the door, the 39-year-old and 27-year-old immediately noticed they had gone wrong. The older man became very scared and immediately closed the door.

Soon after, a vigilant police officer spotted the two men walking along a road in Vejle with the revolver visible. The officer called immediately for reinforcement and shortly afterwards both the 39-year-old and the 27-year-old were arrested and the sharp-loaded revolver was seized.

The 39-year-old and the 27-year-old man were found guilty by a jury at the Kolding Court of possession of firearms in particularly aggravating circumstances. However, both were acquitted of attempted robbery by an unknown person as the court found it was not proven that the 39-year-old and the 27-year-old had intentions to commit robbery when they rang the door at the old man’s house. However, both were found guilty of threatening the elderly.

The 39-year-old was also found guilty of intentionally endangering the 51-year-old’s life and behaviour by firing the revolver near the 51-year-old, and the 39-year-old was found guilty of negligently causing significant harm to the 51-year-old.

The 39-year-old was sentenced to 3 years and 9 months of unconditional imprisonment, while the 27-year-old was sentenced to 3 years of unconditional imprisonment. The 27-year-old, who is a Bosnian national, was also deported for good.

Source: Danish Police

The 39-year-old is properly not Danish, either.

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Arrest in case of organised theft from vans

Yesterday, in cooperation with Fyns Police, the Immigration Control Department of South Zealand and Lolland-Falster arrested four men, three of whom are foreign nationals, while the last is a Danish citizen. They are all being presented in constitutional interrogation today.

The four men, aged between 38 and 55, have been charged with extensive theft from vans and fuel theft. Police have raided several addresses in connection with the arrest and vehicles have been seized. Two illegal rifles were also found in connection with the arrests.

Source: Danish Police

Two men convicted: Carrying gun during gang conflict

Two gang-related men [code-word for immigrant non-white criminals], aged 24 and 49, were sentenced at Århus court to four and a half years in prison for possessing a gun during a gang dispute in Århus last year.

In addition to the unconditional prison sentence, they were both banned from residence, so that for five years after their release they may not stay in a larger area of Århus V.

The 49-year-old was also expelled from the country.

The men were convicted under Section §81a of the Criminal Code – the so-called gang clause – which gives a higher penalty for criminal acts committed in connection with a gang conflict.

Source: Danish Police

53-year-old man sentenced to one year and three months imprisonment and an additional fine of 1,450,000 kroner for storing almost 2.5 million illegal cigarettes from Poland (our Mexico)

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The investigation of the criminal network, which has smuggled some 14 million counterfeit cigarettes from Poland to Denmark and defrauded the Danish state of over 20 million kroner.

During the investigation of the case, in November 2018, police arrived at the 53-year-old’s address near Ulfborg, where almost 2.5 million cigarettes were found in a container. The cigarettes were said to have been distributed in the country, but instead they were seized by police who arrested the 53-year-old.

Source: Danish Police

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Keep your eyes peeled for petty crime while “enjoying” the sights of Polackistan.

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Three Romanian nationals remanded in custody for blasting an ATM

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At 01:30, 16 of June, 2020, an ATM at Nordea in the Ålsgårdecenter was blown to pieces and the monitor and panel from the vending machine were removed. After a brief but intense investigation, North Sealand Police later in the day were able to arrest and charge four Romanian nationals. On Wednesday morning, all four, two men aged 42 and one, a 26-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman, were presented in a preliminary hearing at the Court of Elsinore.

In addition to the blast of the ATM in Ålsgårde, the alleged perpetrators are being questioned by several police authorities also in connection with blasts in other European countries, including Germany and Switzerland.

Source: Danish Police

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49-year-old Romanian sentenced to prison and deportation for trick theft, data fraud and theft.

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Four Romanian criminals sentenced a total of 10 years in prison for 17 burglaries

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Drunk Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for negligent manslaughter

44-year-old male from Romania sentenced to four months of unconditional imprisonment and expelled from Denmark.

Four Romanians arrested for burglaries committed throughout West Denmark

Romanian sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for attempted intrusion

Three Romanian citizens, in custody, charged with the theft.

Travelling bands of criminal foreigners a major headache for Denmark!

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