UPDATE: One person is dead. On this day in 1989, the Iranian regime first published its death fatwa on Salman Rushdie, and the West responded with robust defenses of the freedom of speech. Now Muslims are killing people in the West over Sharia blasphemy laws, and the Western authorities are rushing to censor themselves and accommodate the thugs.
This is unlikely to have been a random thing. The subject matter and the presence of Lars Vilks, who has a Sharia blasphemy death sentence on his head for drawing cartoons of Muhammad, make this likely to have been more freelance Sharia enforcement.
“Shooting at Copenhagen blasphemy seminar,” BBC, February 14, 2015 (thanks to Anne Crockett):
Danish police have said three officers were shot and wounded at blasphemy debate in Copenhagen where the French ambassador was speaking.
Two gunmen are said to still be at large.
Reports say up to forty shots were fired outside the venue in the Danish capital.
Controversial Danish cartoonist Lars Vilks, who has drawn caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad, was also present at the debate, according to local reports.