Danish intelligence knew gunman `at risk of radicalisation`

The suspected gunman of two fatal shootings in Copenhagen was flagged up by prison authorities as being at risk of becoming radicalised, the Danish Security and Intelligence Service said Tuesday.

Copenhagen: The suspected gunman of two fatal shootings in Copenhagen was flagged up by prison authorities as being at risk of becoming radicalised, the Danish Security and Intelligence Service said Tuesday.

The Prison and Probation Service reported the 22-year-old as being at "risk of radicalisation" in September, while he was serving time for a stabbing, according to a statement from the intelligence service.

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