Videos and pictures of all kinds of firearms, knives and large bundles of cash that are being showcased in the promotion of one of the country's most violent bandegrupperinger, NNV-the gang, is now a thing of the past in a popular Instagram account with over 11,000 followers.
Facebook, which owns billedtjenesten Instagram, will provide to Ekstra Bladet, that the account has been removed.
It happens, for that Extra Magazine on Saturday could reveal Instagram-the contents of the account, as we confronted the american tech-giant with.
’We have removed the account for violating a number of our policies. We wish that Facebook and Instagram should be safe places, and we are continuously working to improve the methods we use to identify content that breaks our guidelines, among other things, through investments in technology and a doubling of our security team to 35,000 people’ sounds in a concise email from Facebook's press office on Monday evening.
Instagrams guidelines is according to the company, among other things:
'Instagram is not a place one should use to support terrorism, organized crime or hate groups.'
'Since there are so many different people and age groups who use Instagram, we remove of the and to the videos of intense and graphic violence.'
You can see many more pictures and videos from the now-closed Instagram account in the article below.
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the Extra Leaf is in the possession of a large part of the material, as the NPV behaved on the now-closed Instagram profile.
in Addition to the våbenarsenalet, among other things, talk about a video where the supports or members of the gang fires shots out the window from a moving car, while they hear the Danish club.
Often the material has been laid up, accompanied by texts with references to the NPV gang.
the Gang, which is in Copenhagen's Northwest area and on the outer Nørrebro, has been put in connection with the bomb blasts, drug-related crime, shootings and is in a violent conflict with the gang Brothas. The conflict has since september been the direct cause of that the police have created a big visitationszone in the area around Nørrebro and Copenhagen's Northwest area.
Hemin Dilshad Saleh, one of the leaders of the NNV-gang, was freed in a spectacular hostage relief operation. Photo: Police
the NPV was nationally known in november, when the grouping apparently organized a spectacular escape from a psychiatric facility in Slagelse.
Here was one of the gang's leading figures, Hemin Dilshad Saleh, freed. He was remanded in custody in a case of gross ill-treatment of a Brothas member in a hairdressing salon in Nørrebro. The assault was to kick-start the violent gang-related conflict between the Brothas and NPV.
At the now-closed Instragram profile was jublet over the successful hostage relief operation.
Hemin Dilshad Saleh, is still at large.
the Extra Leaf has previously been in a brief correspondence with the holders of the profile.
the Newspaper's journalist was blocked from the profile.