Swedish police stopped massacre in Copenhagen
One of the Swedish police officers tasked to guard Swedish artist Lars Vilks shot at the attacker of the Krudttönden culture center in Copenhagen this past weekend, possibly helping avoid a worse tragedy.
There were two Swedish police officers guarding the controversial artist Lars Vilks as he was participating in a meeting at the culture center in Copenhagen.
According to newspaper Sydsvenskan, when the attack started there, one of the officers emptied his entire magazine shooting at the attacker. And the newspaper said that police told them that if Vilks' guards hadn't been there and returned fire, the situation could have been much worse.
There were no Danish police in the area that reacted to the first attack.
Two people were killed in the attacks.