In the interview below, Lars Vilks talks about yesterday’s firebombing attack on his home in Skåne, and its implications for his future security. Many thanks to Steen for the translation and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
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The original video may be found at the Sydsvenskan website.
A suspect has reportedly been arrested for the firebombing, but I have no news in English about it so far.
For previous posts on Lars Vilks and the Roundabout Dogs, see the Modoggie Archives.
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What Mr. Vilks needs is a shotgun.
For a rural setting, a good alarm system is a pond with several geese. They’ll make the devil of a racket if anyone approaches, and are harder to take out than a single dog.
And yes, definitely, a shotgun. Twelve-gauge is best, with the 3-inch (76mm) Brenneke slug load. And get a weapon-mounted flashlight to go with it.