Vincent F. Hendricks, Director of ISSP focus group, Social Software (SoS) has made an article regarding the shootings in Copenhagen, which has been published in The Conversation. The article is called "Denmark must not succumb to polarisation in the wake of Copenhagen attacks."
"Copenhagen has been left reeling from a series of violent attacks on February 14 and 15. A young man armed with an automatic weapon and other guns killed two civilians and injured five police officers on two separate occasions only hours apart in downtown Copenhagen.
One shooting took place at a free speech debate hosted by a controversial Swedish cartoonist and the other in front of synagogue. Within 13 hours the police had tracked down the Danish-born 22-year-old male of Arabic descent. When they moved to arrest him he opened fire and was subsequently shot dead by the police."