This was reported by The Financial Times.
They are accused of complicity in the murder, an attempted murder and aggravated assault. According to the police, they have provided Omar Abdel Hamid al-Hussein with weapons that he used to commit the terrorist acts.
The hearings are held behind closed doors, but it has been already reported that one of the suspects refused to admit his guilt.
On the evening of February 14, in the capital of Denmark, a man fired at the cafe “Krudtenden”, where there a discussion on the issues of freedom of speech was held. One person was killed and three policemen were injured as a result of the attack. Then, the terrorist attacked the main synagogue, where he killed one person and wounded two more law enforcement officers. At night, police officers shot and killed the assailant at the railway station in Nerrebro.