Hedegaard said the sniper fled after the writer punched him in the face causing him to drop his gun.
A writer and outspoken critic of Islam narrowly escaped being shot dead after he opened his door to a would-be assassin posing as a delivery man at his home in Denmark. The gunman rang the doorbell of 70-year-old Lars Hedegaard's apartment in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, under the pretext of delivering a parcel, but when the writer opened his front door the hitman pulled out a weapon and fired a shot that just missed Mr Hedegaard's head. According to Mr Hedegaard, who described how the bullet 'flew past' his right ear, said the sniper fled after the writer punched him in the face causing him to drop his gun[...] Police in Copenhagen confirmed they were searching for the suspect, described as a 'foreign' man aged between 20 and 25."Foreign" .... one can only wonder what that is a euphemism for?
Crossposted at The Jawa Report