last week described the Extra Magazine, how a Spanish-moroccan police action has sent tremors up through Europe and also have had an impact in Denmark.
Concrete trades the action that the authorities on both sides of the strait of Gibraltar has set in against the organised smuggling of hashish from Morocco.
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In Denmark, it has brought about, that the kilo-price of marijuana has gone up here, and that there is a shortage in the hash supply.
Sources with knowledge of the environment tells us, that there is not a general shortage, because there are still other cannabis products on the market, among other things skunk.
Among the users and the abusers are the hash, however the most popular cannabis product, and therefore, the pressure on the smuggler routes had consequences. Especially in Pusher Street, which is the country's largest obvious market for illegal cannabis products.
- It is the pure gedemarked out there, tells a hashryger, who wishes to remain anonymous, to Ekstra Bladet.
- It can be felt, he says.
A gram of good hash, who went for 50 dollars in retail distribution, is now increased to 100 dollars, tells the source.
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He sekunderes the affirmative of the other sources, which includes persons entrenched in the criminal environment.
Here from the sounds assessment, that the quality of the hash of the time is far from what it was for just a half year ago.
In the following Ekstra information, at the same time become harder to buy larger amounts of hash at a discount. For example, a 100 gram plate.
At the Copenhagen Police will not comment on Ekstra information about quality and price. But earlier, when Ekstra Bladet mentioned the Spanish-moroccan action, said Lars-Ole Karlsen, head of the Operational Centre, the Copenhagen Police:
- We note that in recent times both have been in smaller quantities for sale in the stalls, like the stalls also closes earlier.
- It is only desirable if the Spanish and moroccan police action against suppliers proves to be felt on the illegal market in Denmark. Our efforts against buyers and sellers continues unabated, added Lars-Ole Karlsen.