On Tuesday, 5 April 1994 35-year-old Flemming Nielsen of Silkeborg shot four people, two of them fatally, at Aarhus University in Denmark. Nielsen had been a student at the university since 1986. He opened fire with a sawed-off shotgun in a university cafeteria where he killed his first victim, 24-year-old Birgit Bohn Wolfsen. The remaining students in the room managed to escape. Nielsen proceeded into another cafeteria and opened fire again, killing his second victim, 27-year-old Randi Thode Kristensen. Another two people were wounded but survived. Flemming Nielsen then retreated to a basement bathroom stall where he shot himself to death. The autopsy revealed that he had taken Fontex before the incident, and police found a suicide note at his home, stating how he couldn’t handle life anymore, and that he wanted to kill some people before ending his own life.
August 15th, 2021
Palle Mogens Fogde Sørensen (born March 26, 1927 in Copenhagen, Denmark) in September 1965 while escaping in a stolen car he shot four young police officers in Copenhagen. After a huge search operation he was apprehended the following day and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was released after 33 years in prison — the longest time anyone has served in a Danish prison in modern history. Palle Sørensen’s crime eventually led to Danish police carrying guns, instead of just clubs. With four police officers dead, and Palle making it out of prison alive, the “score” 4–0 has become a provocative outcry of violent demonstrators fighting the police. <SNIP> LINK
May 11th, 2021
DENMARK to restrict non-Western (aka Muslim) residents to 30% in certain neighborhoods
February 27th, 2021