Warning: ‘Denmark will be hit by a terror attack’
From the Danish edition of The Local
Police have confirmed that a series of notes threatening a new and more extensive terror attack have been found in the same Copenhagen district where a gunman opened fire on a free speech debate.
Eleven notes have been found in the Copenhagen district of Østerbro warning of a new terror attack, TV2 Lorry reported Friday.
“Denmark will soon be hit by a terror attack that will make what happened on February 14 look like a prank - look forward to it,” the notes read.
Some of the notes were placed at Krudttønden, the cultural cafe in Østerbro where Omar El-Hussein opened fire on a free speech and blasphemy event, killing 55-year-old filmmaker Finn Nørgaard.
According to TV2 Lorry, the threatening notes were also placed at a memorial for Nørgaard. “Some notes have been hung up in Østerbro. I can’t discuss the content, but we are investigating it,” Copenhagen Police spokesman Carsten Reenberg told Ritzau.
Five men have been arrested for allegedly helping El-Hussein, a 22-year-old Dane of Palestinian origin, obtain and get rid of the weapons he used in the February 14-15 twin attacks. All five had their custody extended last month for an additional four weeks.
Posted on 04/22/2015 4:27 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax