The Danish intelligence chief was arrested on suspicion of information leakage

THE media Danes reported today, Monday, that authorities arrested the director of military intelligence, Lars Vindsen, for his involvement in a case relating to the leak of “highly confidential” information.

Four current and two former employees of the Danish intelligence services were arrested in December on suspicion of disclosing highly confidential information.

Three of them were subsequently released, but are still under investigation.

It is still unclear how long Vindsen will stay in custody, while the Attorney General’s office declined to comment on the case.

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