Danish court charges two men relating to shootings in Copenhagen

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(VOVworld) – A court in Denmark has accused two men of aiding the gunman who killed two people in the attacks in Copenhagen on February 14.


Security has been tightened in Copenhagen following the attacks

Security has been tightened in Copenhagen following the attacks



Michael Juul Eriksen, a defense lawyer for one of the men, said the two men being held are charged with providing and disposing of the weapon used in the shootings on a synagogue in Krystalgade and a free-speech event in Krudttoenden, as well as with helping the gunman to hide. The suspects, who have not been named, appeared in a closed custody hearing on Monday.


Earlier, police said the man they shot dead on Sunday was Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, a Danish-born 22-year-old with a background in criminal gangs. Investigators said the suspect had a history of assault and weapons offenses.




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