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Copenhagen attack: Cafe speaker describes her ordeal

A speaker on the panel at the blasphemy and free speech debate where shootings took place in Copenhagen has said that she believes that they are still alive because of high security measures.

Inna Shevchenko is a feminist political activist who was speaking on the panel when the shooting began and said that attacks are "quite expected" at any debate.

She told BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast that she did not think that this particular debate, also attended by a controversial Swedish cartoonist, would be "very dangerous" but that security measures were still taken because attacks "could happen".

  • 15 Feb 2015
  • From the section World
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